Haemophilia A is a rare, genetic disorder in which the ability of a person’s blood to clot is impaired due to a lack of factor VIII. Haemophilia A occurs in about one in 5,000 male births annually, and more rarely in females. People with haemophilia can experience bleeding episodes including life-threatening haemorrhages, acute and chronic pain, irreversible joint damage with disability and negative impacts on quality of life. Despite advancements in treatment made in recent years, a large unmet medical need still exists and requires further improvement in the standard of care.
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