Sickle Cell is not an illness, however, all people should be tested to see if they will pass the sickle gene to their children. Genes are passed from parents to their children.
It's very important to get tested. You should know your hemoglobin type. You only have to take the test once in your life.
Prosper Foundation for Sickle Cell
P. O. Box 940184
Plano, Texas 75094
Welcome to PFFSC
Thank you for visiting our website. We offer a new approach and insight to wellness. In the hopes you will receive and apply the information offered, and make a proactive effort in engaging with us, in our quest to improve the quality of life of people afflicted with Sickle Cell Disease.
Our history is filled with great legacy and honor. Our future is on the course for greater accomplishments and greater challenges, but it’s up to us and you to make a positive difference in humanity.
Prosper Foundation Walkathon
We would like to invite you to join our Walk-A-Thon on Saturday, October 16, 2019.
Theme: "Let Us Shine the Light on Sickle Cell.
"Bringing Hope and Cure for Sickle Cell Disease.
The Cure Begins With YOU!
Wellness within Reach
We are hoping to procure mobile clinics that is fully equipped with medical supplies to provide on the spot medical care and minor surgical procedures in remote communities in the USA and Africa.
To be committed to total wellness through nutrition and supplementation for preventive health and management f Sickle Cell Disease.
The driving force behind Prosper Foundation Medical Mission is its selfless volunteers. They are the backbone of our organization and you can become a member of this amazing team! Read More>>
What is Sickle Cell Disease?
Sickle Cell Disease is an inherited disease that affects our hemoglobin. Inherited means it is passed from mothers and fathers to their children. Hemoglobin is a special protein substance inside the red blood cells that is responsible for carrying oxygen from the lungs and takes it to every part of the body. Every person has two copies of the hemoglobin gene. A change in the hemoglobin from the normal hemoglobin type may cause the symptoms of Sickle Cell Disease. Hemoglobin also gives blood its rich red color.