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  1. Sicklaemic Human Hygrometers (Publication 1)

  2. Parkinsonian tremor audible through the stethoscope (Publications 10 & vi)

  3. Mental Nerve Peripheral Neuropathy from sickle cell crisis (Publications No 43)

  4. Torrential epistaxis & facial skin ulceration in sickle cell anaemia (Publication 2)

  5. Polygamy and high sickling rate (Publication 21)

  6. Bilateral femoral head necrosis preventing procreation in sickle cell disease(Publication x)

  7. 'Gnathopathy' coined and quantified in sickle cell jaw protrusion (Publications 19122140)

  8. 'Tafracher', the Ghanaian apologetic word medically applied (Publication 59)

  9. The Three Ps - population, poverty, politics - in Health Care Delivery (Publication 102)

  10. Male Procreative Superiority index (MPSI) (Publications 75,  92 & 235)

  11. Missing the wood for one genetic tree? (Publication 103)

  12. Retrospective Phenotyping of genetic disease for 3 centuries (Publication 122 & 140)

  13. Clinical epidemiology vs seroepidemiolgy in Africa's AIDS problem(Publication 105)

  14. Extensive palatal echymosis from fellatio - caution with AIDS at large (Publication 108)

  15. Some thirty features of AIDS in Africa (Publication 111)

  16. An African on AIDS in Africa (Publication 115)

  17. Probing anecdotes in traditional African therapeutics (Publication 135)

  18. The Human Genome Diversity Project: Cogitation's of an African Native (Publication 158)

  19. Social pathology of Cleft Palate in The African: Mathematical Precision of Pitch Gaps in Tribal Tonal Linguistics. Ghana Medical Journal 2008; 42: 89-91. (June 2008). (Publication 246)

  20. Tonic Solfa Is The Foundation Of Tonal Linguistics. DRUMSPEAK (Supplement) International Journal of Research in the Humanities. New Series Volume 3. No. 1, May 2010. http://www.bit.ly/bEdcc4 (Publication 283)

  21. Sickle cell anaemia, sickle cell thalassaemia, sickle cell haemoglobin C disease and asymptomatic haemoglobin C thalassaemia in one Ghanaian family. BMJ 1969, March 8, 1(5644): 607-612. (Publication 14)  

  22. Children from 12 pregnancies in sickle cell thalassaemia. BMJ 1969 September 27, 3 (5673): 762 (Publication 20)

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1. Why is Sickle Cell Anaemia only found in Black people?
This is a very common mis-conception. Sickle cell anaemia (sca) is not "only found in Black people". White people in Greece, Sicily, Turkey, and their offspring around the world suffer from sickle cell anaemia (sca)... | More
2. Why do people with sickle cell anaemia not suffer from malaria?
A common mis-conception. A dangerous misconception. People with sickle cell anaemia do suffer from malaria, and very badly too. Doctors who have been wrongly taught have been known to advise... | More
3. Why then do Science teachers always talk about malaria protection in sickle cell anaemia?
Inadequate knowledge, or plain ignorance is the simple answer. I repeat: malaria affects sickle cell anaemia patients more seriously than it does others.... | More