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Thalassaemia syndromes result from reduced orabsent production of one or more globin chainsof the human haemoglobins .
Sickle cell disease is an inherited condition that iscommon among, but not confined to, peoples ofAfrican ancestry.
Haemoglobin E (HbE) is the most common abnormalhaemoglobin in South East Asia, especiallyamong the Austroasiatic ethnic group such asKhmer, Laos, Mon/Khmer speaking peoples andamong the Zhuang in Guangxi, Peoples Republicof China [1-4].
The major haemoglobinopathies include the thalassaemias,haemoglobin E disorders and sicklecell anaemia.
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