As you can see red blood cells have a round like donut shape and sickle cells have a shaped likethe crescent moon or a curve. This is caused by sickle cells having (different from what’s usually expected) (a part of the blood that carries oxygen) which also/and purposes the cells to becomeclingy and crescent shaped, when the (a part of the blood that carries oxygen) releases itsoxygen. (a part of the blood that carries oxygen) is a protein in red blood cells. The hard, sickle-shaped cells can stick to the lining of the blood tubes (in the body). Sickle cell happens whenblood tubes (in the body) are blocked. (usual/ commonly and regular/ healthy) red blood cells lastabout 4 months in the bloodstream. However, delicate and breakable sickle cells break downafter only about 10 to 20 days. This often causes blood disorder (that causes weakness). Thisdisease mostly happens in places where there is People of African family origins, includingAfrican-Americans (among whom 1 in 12 carries a sickle cell gene), Hispanic-Americans fromCentral and South America. Lastly, people of Middle Eastern, Asian, Indian, and Mediterranean family origins. This is one medical problem that medical scientists find while identifying changesin cells. The disease-identifying process works as the following: First, a patient struggles with a healthproblem. The patient is possibly the first person to deal with his or her signs of sickness and maychoose at this point to engage with the health care system. Once a patient looks (for) health care, there is a repeating/repetitive process of information gathering, information (combination of different things together that work as one unit) and (understanding/ explanation), anddeciding/figuring out a working (identification of a disease or problem, or its cause). (Doing/completing) a medicine-based history and interview, managing and doing a physicalexam, performing medical testing (to get information), and referring or talking with other doctorsare all ways of piled-up information that may be clearly connected with or related tounderstanding a patient’s health problem. The information-gathering approaches can beemployed at different times, and disease-identifying information can be received/be gotten indifferent orders. The continuous process of information gathering, (combination of different things together that work as one unit), and (understanding/ explanation) involves educated guessgeneration and updating prior chances as more information is learned. Communication amonghealthcare professionals, the patient, and the patient’s family members is critical in this cycle ofinformation gathering, (combination of different things together that work as one unit), and(understanding/ explanation). The working (identification of a disease or problem, or its cause) may be either a list of potential(identifications of diseases or problems, or their causes) (an other possible diagnosis) or a singlepossible (identification of a disease or problem, or its cause). Usually, doctors will think about/believe more than one disease-identifying educated guess or possibility as an explanationof the patient’s signs of sickness and will make better/make more pure this list as furtherinformation is received/got in the disease-identifying process. The working (identification of a disease or problem, or its cause) should be shared with the patient, including an explanation ofthe degree of doubt connected with a working (identification of a disease or problem, or its cause).