What is Haemophilia?
Haemophilia is a disease where blood does not clot after being injured and is caused by a lack of plasma proteins in the blood that causes the clotting. Haemophilia is a relatively rare disease that affects only one in approximately 10000 of the general population. The most common type of haemophilia is having a clotting factor VIII deficiency, or haemophilia A. The second most common type is factor IX deficiency or haemophilia B, which is also known as 'Christmas disease'. …
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