Who we are
Thalassemia and Sickle Cell Society (TSCS) is a registered NGO (Reg. no. 5359 Dt. 22/10/1998) established in the year 1998 with the pledge to help the Thalassemia patients. Thalassemia is a genetic blood disorder and affected patients depend on regular blood transfusion for survival, usually every 2 to 3 weeks. Our objective is to treat all thalassemia children and add years to their lives.
A humble start with just 20 patients at Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, and when the number grew it became hard to manage large group of patients. In order to give quality services, we shifted to bigger accommodation in 2009. TSCS shifted to Chatta Bazar, Purani Haveli, Hyderabad. Today we are proud to state of our quality services.
Our laboratory is equipped with the latest diagnostic and treatment facility to Thalassemia patients free of cost. Society also provides medicines at subsidized rates, and record regular growth of children, free medical and genetic counseling. There is also periodical medical checkup for patients by specialized team of doctors.
TSCS is putting all efforts to create awareness among youth, targeting high schools and colleges. Strong messages on prevention are given during awareness programs. Bureaucrats and dignitaries from various walks of life visit our society to strengthen our awareness program among the society.
The Blood Bank and diagnostic laboratory gives a quality service in support of Thalassemia patients that reflects in the progress made by the thalassemia patients.
We record the kind support and strength given by thinkers who stand by us throughout the services. We extend our gratitude to all our donors and hope to receive continued support in future.
TSCS is the only transfusion center in Telangana with more than 2342 thalassemia/Sickle cell anemia patients with age group ranging from anywhere 3 months to above 20 years, as on August 2017. We strive to give these children full support and strength in all painful situation. We also wish to develop confidence in thalassemia children to lead a normal life as any other human being.