Sickle cell disease in Pregnancy: A new consideration for the Irish Obstetric and Neonatal Service


  • Thato Mabote




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Mabote, T. (2002). Sickle cell disease in Pregnancy: A new consideration for the Irish Obstetric and Neonatal Service. Trinity Student Medical Journal , 3(1), Page 46–48. Retrieved from

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