A flow of ideas to stop the bleeding
People with the inherited bleeding disorder haemophilia lack factors that cause the blood to clot. The disease affects thousands of people around the world and has even played a part in historic events...
In the study of haemophilia, man really does have a best friend
The Search for Genetic Treatments for Haemophilia Is Proving Difficult
Repairing the faulty genes that cause haemophilia could ultimately cure the disease, but it will be a tough challenge
Haemophilia's Crippling Joint Pain Is a Target for Scientists
The hunt is on for ways to diagnose and treat the joint problems that are now the main chronic problem in haemophilia
Lettuce Pills (You Heard That Right) May Help Treat Haemophilia
Pills made from lettuce leaves could help to prevent one of the most serious complications of haemophilia treatment
Treating Haemophilia With Less Frequent Injections
Extending the life of clotting factors may improve quality of life for people with haemophilia
Gene Therapy’s Haemophilia Promise Is Tempered by Memories of Past Tragedies
History explains why people with the malady, and their physicians, are cautious to believe that a cure is in sight
Time for a ‘Completely Different’ Haemophilia Treatment?
A promising therapy curtails clotting inhibitors rather than replacing proteins that promote blood clotting