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7th Thalassemia Gathering at SGH


Date: 8th December 2018

Time: 10.30am - 2pm

Venue: SGH Haematology Centre (Block 7 level 2)


 

 

NEWS & ARTICLES



27 May 2018


Lianhe Ziaobao Newspaper - Our Thalassaemia Support Group Inspiring Stories



23 January 2018


The Straits Times - Keeping donor blood flowing in Singapore amid seasonal dip



14 March 2017


SINGAPORE REDCROSS+ ISSUE ONE MAGAZINE 2017  - "BLOOD DONORS SUSTAIN MY LIFE"



13 March 2017


Singapore Red Cross - Regular blood donors sustain his life



17 August 2016


TODAY - Beneficiaries urge more to donate blood



16 August 2016


CHANNEL NEWSASIA - Don't be complacent about blood sufficiency: Red Cross Singapore 



Year 2011


SingHealth Inspirational Patient & Caregiver Award Winners 2011



 

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What Actually Is Thalassemia?


Many Diseases are caused by abnormalities in the blood. These abnormalities are categorised according to b part of the blood affected. There are diseases of the rell blood cells, white blood cells or coagulation diseases. Thalassemia is also known as "Cooleys Anaemia" is an abnormal which is caused by abnormal gene. A person with Thalassemia is unable to produce normal functioning haemoglobin in the blood. Haemoglobin is the oxygen-carrying component of the red blood cells. It consists of two different proteins, an alpha and a beta. If the body doesn't produce enough of either of these two proteins, the red blood cell do not form properly and cannot carry sufficient oxygen. The result is anemia that begins in early childhood and lasts throughout life. Since thalassemia is not a single disorder but a group of related disorders that affect the human body in similar ways, it is important to understand the differences between the various types of thalassemia.

 

In severe form of Thalassemia (known as Thalassemia Major), the person will require a lifetime monthly blood transfusions. This is a painful and traumatic treatment regime that imposes an enormous financial and emotional strain on the patient, and also on his or her family.


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