Sickle Cell Society Auction

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The Sickle Cell Society was first set up as a registered charity in 1979. It was formed by a group of patients, parents and health professionals who were all concerned about the lack of understanding and inadequacy of treatment with sickle cell disorder.

The Society’s mission is to enable and assist individuals with a sickle cell disorder to realise their full economic and social potential. This is achieved by improving opportunities for sickle cell affected individuals and families by raising public awareness through education, advocacy together with the provision of direct welfare services, assisting in research and lobbying.
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Another person bids £130 but they are immediately outbid by jumblebee bidding on your behalf and the current bid goes up to £140.
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