Hemoglobin C Disease Underlying Cause
Hemoglobin C disease is an inherited illness. Persons with this disease have abnormal hemoglobin in the red blood cells. This causes the red blood cells to be deformed. The spleen destroys the deformed blood cells, resulting in anemia.
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