Sickle Cell Disease hits home for the Scott family, “What Dr. Shurney taught me”

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La’Shardae and Eric Scott are parents of three sons: Eric, Emory and Evan, their youngest two sons, Emory and Evan are living with Sickle Cell Anemia, their lives motivate this dynamic couple to live and life of advocacy, and inspired their book, titled “What Dr.Shurney taught me;” the first installment in their children’s book series.

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