Haemophilia three times more common than previously thought

The number of men living with haemophilia globally is nearly three times higher than previously thought, new research reveals. Using national registry data an international team of researchers calculated that there were more than 1,125,000 men around the world with the disorder compared with previous estimates of 400,000 people.  The study published in the Annals ...

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