Nemours, DSU to share federal sickle cell research grant
By Frank Gerace

Updated Thursday, August 14, 2014 - 12:28pm

The Nemours Center for Blood Disorders and Delaware State University will share a federal grant for sickle cell disease research.

Nemours and DSU will get $10.2 million to study the genetic mutation that causes sickle cell, a hereditary disorder of red blood cells which primarily affects African-Americans and can shorten lives.

Nemours' share of the grant is $8.4 million, and DSU's is $1.8 million.



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