Sickle Cell Disease is the most common genetic blood disorder in the United States-
affecting nearly 100,000 Americans.
While September marks Sickle Cell Awareness Month, the disease often goes unnoticed until its impact hits an individual personally.
Saturday, September 24, you can join the Chatham County Youth Commission for a day of food, games, fun, information, and more as they sponsor their Sickle Cell Carnival for a Cure.
The event gets underway at 3 pm and wraps up at 5 pm in downtown Savannah’s Johnson Square.
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