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    [caption id="" align="alignleft" width="500"]Image credit: CDC/Janice Haney Carr Image credit: CDC/Janice Haney Carr[/caption] A sickle is a curved bladed implement often used for harvesting crops. No, farming or gardening doesn’t have anything to do with sickle cell disease, but it does explain where “sickle cells” got their name--based on their shape! If you don’t have sickle cell disease, one type of which is called sickle cell anemia, you won’t have sickle cells in your blood. People with sickle cell disease have differently shaped red blood cells, the typ


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