85% patients have not even diagnosed or registered for the treatment in Rajasthan: Dr. Ashok Gupta, Medical Superintendent, JK Lon Hospital

On April 17, medical fraternities around the world get together to mark World Hemophilia Day, a day that has served as a reminder since its beginning in 1989 of the need to increase awareness of hemophilia and other bleeding disorders and their impact on people. Hemophilia is the oldest known hereditary genetic blood disorder that reduces the ability of the blood to clot. Patients with Hemophilia do not have enough clotting factor – a naturally occurring protein that controls bleeding. As a result, even a slight injury can cause excessive bleeding, putting the patient‘s life at risk. It has been estimated that half of

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