Sunday, November 10, 2013

Death of Baby Brayden, March 8th, 2013 (California)

"According to a family friend, doctors attempted to use coagulants, platelets, and plasma to save his life after the baby was diagnosed with hemophilia."

Today with appropriate treatment, males with haemophilia typically have a near normal quality of life with an average lifespan approximately 10 years shorter than an unaffected male.[10]

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