Month: June 2013

June 30, 2013
Is it time to move beyond the 1% target?

In haemophilia A, prophylaxis aims to increase trough levels of factor VIII above 1% through regular, long term intravenous administration of concentrates, with the ultimate aim of converting a severe bleeding phenotype to a moderate phenotype. In a Bayer-sponsored symposium on prophylaxis at the ISTH meeting in Amsterdam, Professor Cedric Hermans from Louvain, Belgium, noted …

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June 23, 2013
You ask the questions, we’ll give you the cash!

Following this year’s annual meeting, HNA has created a research fund that aims to award up to £10,000 each year to help facilitate nurse-led research projects. We are now inviting applications for the awards. Applications are welcome from nurses working with people living affected by haemophilia and/or bleeding disorders in the UK or Republic of …

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