Why Shared Data Is Important for Furthering Hemophilia Research

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This video from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention takes a look at hemophilia and explains what the blood disorder means for those who suffer from it.

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Hemophilia patients and caregivers share how hemophilia affects their everyday lives and medical professionals discuss how important shared data is to improving treatment and care for those living with the disease. Shared data helps researchers better understand trends, determine the rates and severity of disease complications, monitor the safety of blood products, assess quality of life and identify any health issues that need to be studied further.

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