Housing Project Works to Help Sickle Cell Patients

This week is the National Sickle Cell conference in Atlanta. In this country, Sickle cell anemia has hit the African-American community especially hard. Reporter Leoneda Inge talks about a unique housing project in Durham, N.C. designed to help sickle cell patients.

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