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Treatment Options and Management of Hemophilia


Hemophilia is a lifelong condition with no cure. However, minimizing the risk of trauma and providing advance on managing the condition safely can prevent bleeding emergencies, and allow patients to enjoy a full and fruitful life without fear.

All of the popular treatments for hemophilia focus on replacing lacking blood clotting factors and act as preventative measures in case of a laceration or joint trauma.

Learn about the most common treatment options, as well as some comprehensive care tips, for the safe management of hemophilia…

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