Bleeding Disorders A-Z

Bleeding Disorders A-Z

It's the most common type of bleed for people with hemophilia.
A number of rare bleeding disorders require specialized care.
Data collection can help push researchers to new discoveries.
Careful monitoring and prompt treatment are essential.
Annual inhibitor testing isn’t only necessary for very young children with severe hemophilia A, the highest-risk patients, anymore. In fact...
The emergency room can be an overwhelming place in the best of circumstances. But women diagnosed with von Willebrand disease...
The study reveals quality-of-life issues for people affected by hemophilia B.
The comprehensive care model is ideal for people with hemophilia.
These guidelines help ensure patients with hemophilia receive the right care, delivered in the right way.
The goal of the study is to collect useful data that can improve lives.
Researchers plan to use these tests to work with blood banks to help protect the blood supply.
FDA approves new drugs for VWD, hemophilia A and HIV-1
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