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Greetings Members and Friends,
You are invited to the Sickle Cell Association of Ontario World Sickle Cell Day Conference. In 2008, the United Nations adopted a resolution recognizing June 19th as World Sickle Cell Day to raise awareness and understanding of sickle cell disease.
6th Annual World Sickle Cell Day Conference
Saturday, June 21st 2014
11:00 am to 6:00 pm
Holiday InnTorontoYorkdale,3450 Dufferin Street,
$35 per person
*Lunch and snacks provided*
Ms. Lanre Tunji-Ajayi, President of Sickle Cell Disease Association of Canada
Dr. Pranesh Chakraborty, CHEO Director of Newborn Screening
I Want to Know My Father by Marcia Brown Productions(with a twist)
Dr. Jacob Pendergrast
Dr. Joel Moody
Dr. Eli Alegado
RSW Norma Audain
Please see our website for more info www.sicklecellontario.org
The Sickle Cell Association of Ontario is a charitable, non-profit organization run by volunteers. For over 33 years, the Sickle Cell Association of Ontario has been at the forefront of community-based education and support for individuals, families and communities affected by sickle cell disease. For additional information please contact the Sickle Cell Association of Ontario at 416-789-2855 or e-mail: email@example.com.
We hope you join us in celebrating World Sickle Cell Day.
Lillie Johnson O.Ont
Founder of Sickle cell Association of Ontario
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The Sickle Cell Association of Ontario
The Sickle Cell Association of Ontario (SCAO) is a non-profit registered charitable organization that relies on the generosity of donations and volunteerism to provide support and resources for individuals, families and communities affected by sickle cell disease, province wide.
Established in 1981, the SCAO is the provincial voice for sickle cell disease, dedicated to helping those with sickle cell disease lead healthier and more productive lives.
The Association's mission is carried through the support of organizations responsive to the needs and healthcare of people with Sickle Cell disease, related illnesses or disorders; collaboration with other relevant organizations with similar goals; public, industry education; and community outreach.
The SCAO is committed to providing quality, caring, effective and sustainable programs and community resources, inclusive of the advancement of health research and specialized care services.
To learn more call 416.789.2855 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us at http://www.sicklecellontario.ca/