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What are the complications of Haemophilia?

1.      The development of inhibitors. An inhibitor happens when the body's own immune system sees the factor concentrate as a foreign agent, and then destroys it.
2.      Damage to joints as a result of repeated bleeds.

3.      Blood-borne infections such as HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C, which were transmitted by factor concentrates in the past.

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