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Foetal Haemoglobin to avert sickle cell disease: so near yet, so far away.

Haemoglobin is the protein responsible for carrying and delivering oxygen to the tissues from the lungs. We find it in the red blood cells. Several types of haemoglobin exist: however,…

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