The racial distribution of Registry and HTC PP participants were similar (Figure 5). Overall, 80% of Registry participants were white (hemophilia A: 79%; hemophilia B: 83%), 12% were black or African-American (hemophilia A: 13%; hemophilia B: 10%), and 5% were Asian, American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN), or Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander (NH/PI) (hemophilia A: 5%; hemophilia B: 5%) (Figure 5).
The majority of participants in the Registry (84%) and HTC PP (83%) were non-Hispanic compared to Hispanic (15% Registry; 16% HTC PP), with less than 1% of participants with unknown ethnicity for both Registry and HTC PP (Figure 6).
Figure 5. Racial distribution of male Registry and HTC PP participants
|Black or African American||2,345||11.3%||1,112||12.1%|
|American Indian/Alaska Native||206||1.0%||74||0.8%|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||90||0.4%||40||0.4%|
|More than one of these||231||1.1%||142||1.5%|
Figure 6. Ethnic distribution of male Registry and HTC PP participants with hemophilia
|Hispanic, Latino/a, or Spanish origin||3,392||16.4%||1,375||15.0%|
|Not Hispanic, Latino/a, or Spanish origin||17,160||83.0%||7,717||84.1%|