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World Haemophilia Day

17th April is World Haemophilia Day.

Statistics show that haemophilia A occurs in 1 in 5,000 male births and about 400 babies are born with the disorder annually. Additionally, an estimated 400,000 people around the world have haemophilia. Three quarters of these people are unable to access adequate treatment or have no access to treatment completely. While there is no cure for this bleeding disorder, there are very effective treatment options available.

World Haemophilia Day is aimed at raising awareness about haemophilia and other bleeding disorders.

Are there medical conditions and therapy areas for which you would like to raise awareness and improve levels of education? Drop us a line at and we would love to have a chat about how we can help.

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