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First, those long years of pain which flooded every moment -- school, relationships, work. And then -- after agonizing treatments -- what felt like the miracle of life after sickle cell disease (SCD). Two Americans whose lives were turned around by newly approved treatments tell AFP they want others to benefit too. But the eye-watering cost -- up to $3.1 million per course of treatment -- could limit access for other patients. - 'Like coming to life' - Tesha Samuels was born in 1982 -- just before the invention of prenatal screening for SCD, an inherited red blood cell disorder....