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A haemophiliac is a person who is suffering from any of several hereditary genetic illnesses that impair the body's ability to control bleeding.
My teacher took Queen Victoria as an example of a haemophiliac.
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Someone who has hemophilia disease. For more info we hjave a dictionary and google is your best friend.
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Haemophilia is uncurable. But symptoms can be relieved by frequent injection of coagulation factors purified from blood. Hence if blood is contaminated by HIV, Haemophiliac are likely to become infected.
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About this: i read in a genetics book(a college course, 2005 edition) that it is not yet known why sometimes hemophilia appears in women. Most book say that the recessive gene for hemophilia is deadly in a homozygous state. But history has shown us differently. Any info/thoughts?
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The main cause of haemaphilia is a gene defect found on the Y-chromosome- bad luck lads! but there other disorders which cause a lack of clotting factors in the blood which can lead to haemaphilia. cant remember what they are but will try to find out
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I have no idea how long they live. All i know that sometimes, in very few cases, hemophilia can occur in women
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