Kim Smith-Whitley, MD—director of the Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia—shares why her PCORI-funded project is focused on improving the quality of life for young adults with sickle cell disease who are transitioning from pediatric-focused care to adult-focused care.
Wednesday, June 26; 12:00 pm ET
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