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Hemophilia A is an X-linked, recessive, bleeding disorder caused by a deficiency in the activity of coagulation factor VIII. Affected individuals develop a variable phenotype of hemorrhage into joints and muscles, easy bruising, and prolonged bleeding from wounds. The disorder is caused by heterogeneous mutations in the factor VIII gene which maps to Xq28.
2,332 dengue fever cases reported in Philippines this year

2,332 dengue fever cases reported in Philippines this year

FDA finalizes new rule on donor eligibility for human tissues and cells

FDA finalizes new rule on donor eligibility for human tissues and cells

Study Looks at Risk Factors for Range-of-Motion Limitations In Young Males with Hemophilia

Study Looks at Risk Factors for Range-of-Motion Limitations In Young Males with Hemophilia

Oxford Biomedica to win Department of Health gene funding

Oxford Biomedica to win Department of Health gene funding

Haemophilia Society President presents Hepatitis C (HCV) Facts to UK Government

Haemophilia Society President presents Hepatitis C (HCV) Facts to UK Government