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It’s a New Day: Collaborative medicine saves sickle cell patient

Air Force Master Sgt. Antwan Piper looks at his wife, Alexis, during a video interview about her disease and her recovery at Brooke Army Medical Center. Alexis Piper has had sickle cell anemia since she was 7 years old. She nearly died in 2018 after developing a rare condition called hyperhemolysis. Hyperhemolysis syndrome is a potentially fatal transfusion complication. (U.S. Air Force photo by Corey Toye)

PHOTO BY: Corey Toye
VIRIN: 190207-A-VR118-0001.JPG
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