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Professor Dame Elizabeth Anionwu Sickle Cell Advocate

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Elizabeth Anionwu is a retired nurse, campaigner and Emeritus Professor of Nursing at the University of West London. A fellow of the Royal College of Nursing, she spent 40 years in the profession and has been named one of the most influential nurses in the history of the NHS. Her career was distinguished by her pioneering work in the understanding of sickle cell disease - bringing better treatment and support to the thousands living with it. She was the first sickle cell and thalassaemia nurse counsellor in the UK.



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Presenter: Lauren Laverne Producer: Cathy Drysdale

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Croydon

Sickle Cell & Thalassemia

Support Group

316 Whitehorse Road
Croydon
CR0 2LE

Email: cscatsg@outlook.com

Phone: 020 8251 7259

Mobile: + 44 (0) 7305 953 422

Registered Charity: 1100120

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