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WHAT WE DO

EVERY CHILD DESERVES A LIFE WITHOUT LIVING IN FEAR OF THE NEXT CRISIS THAT WILL DEBILITATE THEM FOR DAYS..... OR WEEKS

Crescent Kids mission is to give every child and family impacted with sickle cell and thalassemia support services to improve their quality of life.

HOW WE HELP

Crescent Kids works to raise funds to provide research and funds for children with sickle cell and thalassemia. We are here to provide hope and a plan for a life without pain.

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Research Studies

We conduct groundbreaking research towards the advancement of health & to find a cure for Sickle Cell & Thalassemia sufferers.”

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Emotional Support

We are there to provide support, advice and information for people with Sickle Cell and Thalassemia and their families.

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Therapeutic Treatments

We partner with holistic therapy specialists to provide therapies to patients during a pain crisis.

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ACT NOW

Crescent Kids  UK is a registered charity in England and Wales

What is Sickle Cell Aneamia & Thalassemia?

Why is Research Important?

The high quality of medical care we enjoy today is built upon years of effort by physicians, physician-scientists, PhDs, and other medical professionals investigating the causes of and potential treatments for disease. The tireless effort of these professionals has made many once life-threatening conditions just a memory.

For Sickle Cell and thalassemia there is still much work to be done. Insights provided by medical research today promise to lessen the impact of our greatest health problems like Sickle Cell, thalassemia, diabetes, cancer, and heart disease. As science continues to unravel the molecular workings that underpin disease, we will see profound changes in the approach to treatment.

When you support medical research, you are helping to build the future of medicine. With the partnership of individual and corporate donors, we are able to make significant headway in advancing medical knowledge and improving patient care.