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"While we celebrate the gains realized over the past 100 years, the need for advancement remains. There is still no widely available cure and there is still only one drug with FDA approval for the treatment of adults with sickle cell disease."

Priscilla Hill-Ardoin, Founder


You can help by supporting our mission to Increase Awareness, Enhance Treatment, Promote Prevention, and Advance the Cure for persons with sickle cell anemia.


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"We are going after chest syndrome because this is the most lethal, after sudden death in infancy ... by far the most serious problem in sickle cell disease."



David G. Nathan, M.D.    

"The Aaron Ardoin Foundation Visiting Professorship on sickle cell disease will help to open the lines of communication within the medical community and keep sickle cell visible among researchers."


Michael DeBaun, M.D., M.P.H.


GRANT REQUESTS

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HOW TO HELP

You can help The Aaron Ardoin Foundation for Sickle Cell Research & Education by supporting our mission to Increase Awareness, Enhance Treatment, Promote Prevention, and Advance the Cure for persons with sickle cell anemia.

 

To Make a Donation Online: 


Please click on the link below to process your online donation via The San Antonio Area Foundation. All transactions use a secure server to protect your privacy.  

 

https://www.saafdn.org/Donate

 

To Make a Donation By Mail:

 
Please mail your donation to:


The Aaron Ardoin Foundation Supporting Sickle Cell Research & Education

19141 Stone Oak Parkway, Suite 10417

San Antonio, TX 78258

 

Or Phone:  +1.210.481.2276

Please include your Name, Address, City, State and Zip Code and Phone number.


In Kind Support:

 

Please contact us if you would like to make an in kind contribution  or to learn more about these types of donations to support the Foundation. We look forward to speaking with you. 

   
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