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☆This work was presented at the 53rd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Hematology (San Diego, CA; December 2011), as well as at the 2nd National Conference on Blood Disorders in Public Health (Atlanta, GA; March 2012).
☆☆Grant Support: Both Dr. Haywood and Dr. Lanzkron were supported by Career Development Awards from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) (Haywood #1K01HL108832-01; Lanzkron #5K23HL083089-05). Dr. Beach's effort was supported by NHLBI grant #: 4R01HL088511-03. Dr. Tanabe's effort was supported by AHRQ grant #: 1R18HS019646-01A1.
★Potential Conflicts of Interest: The governmental grant support reported above for Dr. Tanabe is for a project designed to improve the quality of emergency department care for persons with sickle cell disease. Some may perceive this as a potential conflict of interest. We certify that Dr. Tanabe's study sponsors played no role in any aspect of the design of this study, the collection and analysis of data, or the interpretation of the results.