Local woman shares how most commonly inherited blood disorder impacts her daily life, her family 

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Vannessa Wade is just one of thousands of U.S. residents living with sickle cell anemia, an inherited blood disorder transforming the lives of up to 10 percent of African-Americans.

Out guest lost her father to the sickle cell anemia and her sister suffered a massive stroke as a result of the disorder. Wade shares her story and how she manages her health without the use of medication.

It's all about wellness Wednesday on Morning Dose.

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