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Medical Industry Feature: Congenital vs. Acquired Hemophilia: Different Disorders, Different Approaches

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Congenital vs. Acquired Hemophilia: Different Disorders, Different Approaches

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Congenital vs. Acquired Hemophilia: Different Disorders, Different Approaches
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How can you distinguish between congenital hemophilia A and B with inhibitors and acquired hemophilia A to create an appropriate management plan?

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    Dr. Michael Tarantino of the Bleeding and Clotting Disorders Institute provides an overview of congenital hemophilia A and B with inhibitors and acquired hemophilia A, and discusses the differences between these serious conditions, the risks patients face, and the importance of applying different treatment approaches for each condition.

    S49951 09/19

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