Desiree Ramirez of Topeka received a stem cell transplant last year that appears to have cured sickle-cell disease, making her a pioneer in Kansas. She had blood drawn during lab work for a recent follow-up appointment at the University of Kansas Cancer Center.
Desiree Ramirez of Topeka received a stem cell transplant last year that appears to have cured sickle-cell disease, making her a pioneer in Kansas. She had blood drawn during lab work for a recent follow-up appointment at the University of Kansas Cancer Center. David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com
Desiree Ramirez of Topeka received a stem cell transplant last year that appears to have cured sickle-cell disease, making her a pioneer in Kansas. She had blood drawn during lab work for a recent follow-up appointment at the University of Kansas Cancer Center. David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com

Sickle cell cure is real, as this Kansas patient proves

May 29, 2017 07:00 AM