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MENACE DANS MON SANG (f) By ayoola olajide
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L'auteur ont assisté à Ogbomoso Grammar School, Ogbomoso, Kwara State College of Technology, Ilorin et l'Université d'Ibadan. Il détient le baccalauréat et une... More > maîtrise ès sciences en sociologie et en psychologie, respectivement (1984 & 1987). Drépanocytose a longtemps été l'objet Olajide d'intérêt. Sa thèse de maîtrise lit, Anxiété et Dépression dans la Drépanocytose. Il a abandonné ses études de doctorat (psychologie clinique, 1991) à l'Université d'Ibadan pour travailler comme journaliste. Ensuite, il est devenu enseignant, motocycliste commercial et chauffeur d'autobus à Lagos.Olajide est maintenant un activiste à temps plein drépanocytose, rencontre avec les professionnels de santé, enseignants, clercs et leurs congrégations.< Less
menace in my blood - my affliction with sickle cell anaemia By ola tamedu
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Menace In My Blood is populated with startling and unbelievable experiences for a child challenged by sickle cell disorder. He was seven when he underwent sexual molestation at the hands of a... More > relative. Before this he had learnt to smoke (real cigarettes and crumpled pawpaw leaves). Another relative took him on hand to visit - and spend nights - with a prostitute. At 14, he regularly sneaked from school to engage in gambling. Of his sickle cell experiences, the following are prominent: transfusions, blood in urine, bed-wetting (’I was already in the university before the whole embarrassment finally ceased’) and severe, constant, headaches.< Less
menace in my blood - my affliction with sickle cell anaemia By ola tamedu
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Menace In My Blood is populated with startling and unbelievable experiences for a child challenged by sickle cell disorder. He was seven when he underwent sexual molestation at the hands of a... More > relative. Before this he had learnt to smoke (real cigarettes and crumpled pawpaw leaves). Another relative took him on hand to visit - and spend nights - with a prostitute. At 14, he regularly sneaked from school to engage in gambling. Of his sickle cell experiences, the following are prominent: transfusions, blood in urine, bed-wetting (’I was already in the university before the whole embarrassment finally ceased’) and severe, constant, headaches.< Less