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Hemophilia is a rare, inherited bleeding disorder in which your blood doesn’t clot normally. If you have hemophilia, you may bleed for a longer time than others after an injury. You also may bleed internally, especially in your knees, ankles, and elbows. This bleeding can damage your organs or tissues and, sometimes, be fatal.
Apolipoprotein C1 protein linked to elevated BMI in people of American Indian and Mexican ancestry

Apolipoprotein C1 protein linked to elevated BMI in people of American Indian and Mexican ancestry

Alphanate approved to treat Von Willebrand disease

Alphanate approved to treat Von Willebrand disease

Army docs use of dangerous drug labelled irresponsible and inappropriate

Army docs use of dangerous drug labelled irresponsible and inappropriate

Potential permanent genetic cure for hemophilia A

Potential permanent genetic cure for hemophilia A

Convictions in $45 million illegal blood diversion scheme

Convictions in $45 million illegal blood diversion scheme

Weill Cornell experts publish review of genetic medicine

Weill Cornell experts publish review of genetic medicine

Rapamycin (sirolimus) may be effective in treating kidney disease

Rapamycin (sirolimus) may be effective in treating kidney disease

Ancient DNA helps unearth potential hemophilia therapy

Ancient DNA helps unearth potential hemophilia therapy

Emerging infectious agents pose new risks for people with bleeding disorders

Emerging infectious agents pose new risks for people with bleeding disorders

Cellular discovery suggests possibilities for drug therapy for kidney disease

Cellular discovery suggests possibilities for drug therapy for kidney disease

Research sheds light on origins of "junk" DNA

Research sheds light on origins of "junk" DNA

First potential treatment for intracerebral hemorrhage

First potential treatment for intracerebral hemorrhage

Polyphosphate speeds blood clotting and helps clots last longer

Polyphosphate speeds blood clotting and helps clots last longer

New gene therapy maybe useful for treating muscular dystrophy

New gene therapy maybe useful for treating muscular dystrophy

LEDGF protein controls the location of HIV integration in human cells

LEDGF protein controls the location of HIV integration in human cells

Technique for inserting genes into specific sites on the genome in liver cells

Technique for inserting genes into specific sites on the genome in liver cells

Gene therapy advance shows potential for developing improved treatment for hemophilia

Gene therapy advance shows potential for developing improved treatment for hemophilia

Researchers have doubled the potency of a protein that drives blood to clot

Researchers have doubled the potency of a protein that drives blood to clot

Experimental drug therapy could open new window for treatment of deadly stroke

Experimental drug therapy could open new window for treatment of deadly stroke

Over 3,000 lives lost because of blood bungle by Canadian Red Cross

Over 3,000 lives lost because of blood bungle by Canadian Red Cross