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Journal of the Advanced Practitioner in Oncology


Hemophilia A is a rare inherited bleeding disorder characterized by a deficiency in factor VIII. The evolution of currently approved prophylaxis therapy in hemophilia A will be reviewed, including the clinical value of prophylaxis, real-world experience with prophylaxis, and patient quality-of-life factors that must be considered when choosing treatment options for these patients.



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