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Every year, approximately 10 thousand babies are born with haemophilia worldwide and the total number of subjects with this disease is approximately 400 thousand*.
Although haemophilia has come to be regarded as a rare disease, its impact on patients’ lives is far from negligible.
With a prevalence of approximately 80% of all cases, Haemophilia A is the more common variant, in which the genetic defect causes a partial or total reduction in the activity of clotting factor VIII.
* WHO data