The most commonly asked questions, answered
Haemophilia is a genetic condition that reduces the ability of the blood to clot. There are about 6,000 people with this condition in the UK. There are several types of haemophilia but the two most common are A and B. Treatment depend on which type of haemophilia the patient is suffering from. Treatment includes the use of medications to help clot blood. Prevention of bleeding and occupational therapy improves the quality of life of a person suffering from this condition.
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