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Sean Cavens 🖤❤️💛 52s
Potentially Jack, but please consult with your Haemotoligist about don’t be a guinea pig like my generation
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All Things Ginger Aug 18
This advice from Nigeria seems to be appearing all over the Internet. It says that haemophiliacs should avoid .
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Stu Lee 2h
This medication would change my boys life. Possibly one needle a fortnight instead of 3 a week. Let’s hope it all goes ahead
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Bangor Medical Sciences 4h
Emicizumab, marketed as Hemlibra, mimics the action of the missing protein, factor VIII in individuals with
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IBMS #AtTheHeartOfHealthcare 8m
. has agreed to fund a new therapy for patients with haemophilia A. The drug Emicizumab, which mimics the missing protein factor VIII, will be made available now to patients in England with severe . Pic credit: Christy Stephens
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The Insurance Surgery 3h
The NHS is funding a new drug for people who suffer with haemophilia. If you suffer from haemophilia give us a call on 0800 083 2829 to see how we can help you get protected.
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Hemo Girls Rock 9h
“I use recombinant products, which were developed after my father had already been infected with HIV... Sometimes I feel guilty that I have the products he wanted...”
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Sean Cavens 🖤❤️💛 1h
What aren’t telling you would care to comment on the 7 fatalities?
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Gujarat Information Aug 18
is treatable. Let's create awareness about bleeding disorders and build a healthier future, together.
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Sean Cavens 🖤❤️💛 2h
Damage limitation due to the inevitable recommendations from Sir Brian Langstaff just a shame they didn’t take the warnings seriously in the 70/80s 😡
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Xpress Polyclinic & Pathlabs Aug 17
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EAHAD 23h
New publication alert! The results of the study conducted by in the lead up to our EAHAD 2018 Congress on the real-life experience of 33 European in switching to new extended half-life products have been published in journal.
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Michael Elhardt Aug 19
The number of deaths from is over 5000, maybe up to 20,000 Worldwide. An absolute holocaust.
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Patrick James Lynch Aug 19
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Michael Makris Aug 17
The use of extended half life concentrates for in Europe is very variable. This paper discusses the results of the 2018 survey.
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BloodFeed Aug 16
Seen the STOP THE BLEEDING! season premiere yet?? 💉🎥😂 What are you waiting for!? 🤷🏾‍♀️🤷🏾‍♂️ Watch Spencer, Jamie, and Dr. Young's voyage to Villahermosa, Mexico: 🚗🧳🏥 🇲🇽🇺🇸
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haemnet Aug 16
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Haemophilia Society Aug 15
Next year marks 70 years since The Haemophilia Society was officially set up as a charity! (just dropping a hint 👀👀)
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Carol Anne Grayson Aug 15
Found old letter where I was challenging Brit gov FALSE narrative on the Irish compensation scheme as far back as 2002, maybe I need to go back further! Brit govt lies were used to block compensation in in 2009
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Michael Makris Aug 14
Bayer have released another statement explaining how the mislabelling error occurred. It makes interesting reading. The concentrate Kogenate/Jivi bottles affected were only released in the USA.
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Haemophilia Society Aug 14
We need more prizes for our raffle at this years AGM If you are a business owner or know someone willing to contribute to our prize draw please email us at fundraising@haemophilia.org.uk
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