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Saturday soup

Temitayo Spencer-Johnson

Sickle Cell Anaemia makes it hard for young people like Temitayo to run and play sports because they get tired easily. But his mother takes good care of him, feeding him nourishing food and making sure he stays warm. So, although he is still affected by joint pain, he has fewer transfusions and fewer hospital stays and he's able to enjoy YouTube and playing games virtually and online.
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