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The challenge of an ageing haemophilic population

G Dolan
Haemophilia: the Official Journal of the World Federation of Hemophilia 2010, 16 Suppl 5: 11-6
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Life expectancy for haemophilia has increased significantly in many countries. This represents a major success of the improved safety of therapeutic materials to treat haemophilia and of improved quality of care. This improved longevity will generate a population of older individuals with haemophilia with complex medical problems associated with age and managing such clinical issues is likely to be challenging.

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