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  • n  congenital tendency to uncontrolled bleeding; usually affects males and is transmitted from mother to son

  • She brought the King the dread haemophilia (easy bleeding) of her house, bore him a haemophilia heir, a second son who was a deaf mute, finally two whole boys, two fine girls .
  • Only males can suffer haemophilia.
  • In the strain of that House abides the dread and mysterious disease, haemophilia.

  • Joseph Smith in guardian.co.uk
    Last night Sir Joseph said: "The subcommittee faced the difficult decision of weighing the relatively uncertain risk of contamination from imported blood products against the serious risk of harm to patients with haemophilia should there be a...

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