Sickle cell disorder is not a death sentence – Omotosho – Punch Newspapers

Dayo Ojerinde

Managing Director Bond Chemical and Industries Limited, Mr. Remi Omotosho, has said there is hope for people living with sickle cell disorder.

Omotosho said this in a statement signed by the company’s National Marketing Manager Andrew Aina to mark World Sickle Cell Day 2020.

“As the world celebrated World Sickle Cell Disorder Day on June 19, which is a day recognized by the United Nations to raise awareness of Sickle Cell Disorder, we want to give a message of hope that having cell disorder Sickle cell is not a death sentence if the condition is managed properly.

“SCD is a disease that worsens over time. Treatments are available that can prevent complications and prolong the lives of those with this condition. These treatment options may be different for each person depending on the symptoms and severity, “he said.

Omotosho added that his team had increased its commitment to research and development in manufacturing new, innovative, high-quality drugs to address the condition.

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