For children with hemophilia, every new research advance is a step toward a life filled with more activity, freedom, and adventure. The genetic condition, which affects roughly one in 5,000 births, causes children to bleed and bruise more easily than others ‚Äì meaning that a simple cut, scrape, or small surgery can result in uncontrollable and excessive bleeding. While hemophilia
Research at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia never stops. To help keep you informed about new discoveries and CHOP researchers’ views on timely topics, we are bringing together a roundup of news highlights. Look for this as a recurring feature here on Cornerstone.