Hemophilia

  • Plant cells may help treat hemophilia September 6, 2014

    New York: Treating hemophilia, a rare bleeding disorder in which the blood does not clot normally, could be a lot cheaper and much safer as researchers have developed a way to use plant cells to treat it. "This is a major step forward," said study co-author Roland Herzog, College of Medicine,...
  • Hemophilia need not mean the end of life April 18, 2011

    New Delhi: Sunday was the World Hemophilia day. Hemophilia is a genetic disorder in which blood doesn't clot when a patient suffering with it gets injured. What's worse is that its a lifelong condition and the treatment is very costly. This is one of the few games Pranay Goyal can...
  • One in 5,000 men born with hemophilia April 17, 2009

    New Delhi: One in 5,000 men in the world are born with hemophilia, a genetic blood disorder that can prove fatal. On Friday, on World Hemophilia Day, CNN-IBN gets you the story of one person coping with this condition. ...
  • Despite HC order, hemophilia patients still suffering July 1, 2008

    New Delhi: There is complete indifference of government hospitals towards hemophilia - the disease affecting males in which the patient's blood does not clot due to absence of the clotting factor. This, despite a High Court ruling last year that government hopitals in Delhi must start providing patients with the...