Hemophilia is a genetically inherited bleeding disorder. There are two types of hemophilia: hemophilia A, or clotting factor VIII deficiency, and hemophilia B, or clotting factor IX deficiency. The degree of deficiency varies from mild to severe. About one third of hemophilia cases occur with no previous family history; this is called sporadic hemophilia. It is assumed that these cases are the result of genetic mutation.

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eMedicineHealth: Hemophilia
An overview of the causes, symptoms and treatment of this blood disorder.
Family Practice Notebook: Coagulation Bleeding Disorders
Information in note form for clinicians.
Hemophilia Ontario
Committed to improve the quality of life of people affected by hemophilia and related blood conditions. Includes information, programs, regions, how to support the organization or volunteer.
Hemophilia Village
Information on the signs, symptoms, causes and treatments of hemophilia A and B.
Hemophilia: What Is It?
Multimedia guide where you can learn about this disease, what causes it, what it is like to have it, and how it is inherited, diagnosed, and treated.
NovoSeven RT
Informational site for those with hemophilia and inhibitors.
Tonya's Page
This page is dedicated to my son, who has hemophilia.
Yahoo Groups: International Hemophilia Club
Global hemophilia network for people suffering with this incurable bleeding disorder.

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