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Risk factors for mortality in adult patients with sickle cell disease: a meta-analysis of studies in North America and Europe, Maitra P, Caughey M, Robinson L, Desai PC, Jones S, Nouraie M, Gladwin MT, Hinderliter A, Cai J, Ataga KI. Haematologica. (2019)

Current challenges in the management of patients with sickle cell disease–A report of the Italian experience. Russo, G., De Franceschi, L., Colombatti, et al. Orphanet journal of rare diseases14(1). (2019).

New therapeutic options for the treatment of sickle cell disease, Matte, A., Zorzi, F., Mazzi, F., Federti, E. et al.Mediterranean journal of hematology and infectious diseases11(1). (2019)

The carrier state for sickle cell disease is not completely harmless.  Xu, J.Z. and Thein, S.L.  Haematologica104(6). (2019)

Real-life experience with hydroxyurea in sickle cell disease: A multicenter study in a cohort of patients with heterogeneous descent. Rigano, P., De Franceschi, L., Piga, A. et al. Blood Cells, Molecules, and Diseases. (2018)

Newborn screening for sickle cell disease in Europe: recommendations from a Pan‐European Consensus Conference, Lobitz, S., Telfer, P., Angastiniotis, M., et al.  British journal of haematology183(4). (2018)

Review of Medication Therapy for the Prevention of Sickle Cell Crisis. Riley, T.R., Boss, A., McClain, D. and Riley, T.T.Pharmacy and Therapeutics43(7). (2018)

Sickle cell screening in Europe: the time has come, Shook, L.M. and Ware, R.E. British journal of haematology183(4). (2018).

Sickle cell disease: an international survey of results of HLA-identical sibling hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. Gluckman, E., Cappelli, B. et al. Blood129(11). (2017).

How we manage iron overload in sickle cell patients. Coates, T.D. and Wood, J.C.  British journal of haematology177(5). (2017).

Beta-thalassemia: renal complications and mechanisms: a narrative review. Demosthenous C, Vlachaki E, Apostolou C, et al. Hematology. 24:1;426-438. doi:10.1080/16078454.2019.1599096