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Hemophilia is an inherited bleeding disorder in which the blood does not clot properly. People with hemophilia can live full lives and enjoy most of the activities that other people do. If you have hemophilia, or know someone who does, it’s important to learn how to stay as healthy as possible.

Hemophilia Topics

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Facts, signs, causes, diagnosis, and treatment.

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Care to address all issues related to the disorder.

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Tracking, inhibitor study, CHAMP, and other projects.
 

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View and print free materials.
 

Training and Education

Continuing education course for providers who are new to hemophilia.

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Data and statistics highlights.
 

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Scientific articles.
 

About Us

What CDC is doing about hemophilia

 

Webinar Series on Bleeding and Clotting Disorders

 

The purpose of this series is to provide evidence-based information on new research, interventions, emerging issues of interest in blood disorders, as well as innovative approaches in collaborations and partnerships. We invite you to join us in this series.

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Universal Data Collection (UDC)

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A national project to track and learn about hemophilia.

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Learn More about Health Insurance Market Place

Save the Date. New Challenges in Hemophilia: Long-term Outcomes and Complications. Apr 3, 2014 Click here to learn more.

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