Is the first drug approved to treat sickle cell disease in adults
Approved to treat sickle cell disease in adults and children
Approved to treat sickle cell disease in children
Approved to treat pain crises in adults and pediatric patients 16 years and older
Approved to help prevent sickling in patients 12 years and older
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Clinical studies are looking for participants so that they can conduct the research necessary to improve understanding about potential treatments.
number of phase 01 sickle cell studies currently recruiting
number of phase 02 sickle cell studies currently recruiting
number of phase 03 sickle cell studies currently recruiting
Information per clinicaltrials.gov, 5/4/22. Visit clinicaltrials.gov to learn more about recruitment and participation in clinical trials.
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