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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Hemophilia Hemophilia Hemophilia is rare disorder that you inherit from your parents. Hemophilia is when your blood doesn't clot normally because it lacks sufficient blood-clotting Proteins.This disorder results in excessive and sometimes spontaneous bleeding when an injury occurs. 80% Of people withHemophilia have type A 20% Of people withHemophilia havetype B Type B Type A Know your basics: There are 2 types of Hemophilia FACTS Internal bleeding is the greatest threat for people with Hemophilia.This can damage your organsand tissue. The result of internal bleeding can be fatal or life threatening. Hemophilia can be inherited by a mother who carries the disease or a father how has the disease. Unexplained and excesive bleeding from cuts or injuries, or after surgery can occur. There is currently no cure for Hemophilia patients, but most people can live somewhat normal lives depending on the type of Hemophilia they have. Hemophilia A Hemophilia B Work Citied Mayo Clinic Staff. "Dieases and Conditions Hemophilia." Mayo Clinic. 26 Sep. 2014. web. <>. 75% GENETICS of people with hemophilia around the world still receive inadequate treatment or have no access to treatment. Of people with Hemophiliahave no history of thisdisorder (spontaneousmutation) 30% Types of Hemophilia also known as classic hemophilia or factor VIII deficiency Also known as Christmas disease or factor IX deficiency episodes of excessive bleeding in childhood but have few bleeding problems after puberty Is about four times ascommon as hemophilia B The are approximately20,000 people in the U.Swith Hemophilia n.p. "Hemophilia." Genetics Home Reference. August. 2012. web. <>. n.p. "Fast Facts." National Hemophilia Foundation. n.d. web. <>. By Alyssa NaftzgerPeriod 7th
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