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Heroines of Hemophilia B

Honoring the women who have fought against hemophilia B—either for themselves, or in the care and treatment of others.

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Here’s your chance to share the story of that special woman who either has hemophilia B, or has made a difference in the life of someone who has hemophilia B. Express your gratitude. Who knows, maybe she’ll end up featured here, so everyone else can see how wonderful she is!

Tell us about the heroine in your life.

Here’s your chance to share the story of that special woman who either has hemophilia B, or has made a difference in the life of someone who has hemophilia B. Express your gratitude. Who knows, maybe she’ll end up featured here, so everyone else can see how wonderful she is!

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    Support for women with hemophilia B

    Discover how the support and care provided to women with hemophilia B has affected the lives of patients, their caregivers, and families.

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    In February 2020, Medexus Pharma, Inc. acquired Aptevo BioTherapeutics LLC.

    The Facts

    Among women who carry the gene for hemophilia B:

    57% have heavy periods vs 9%-14% of the general population6

    There exists twice the risk of prolonged bleeding from small wounds vs non-carriers7

    21% reported spontaneous bleeding after trauma (small wounds) vs 9% of non-carriers7

    A woman’s guide

    Medexus Pharma worked with women who have hemophilia B to create a guide that focuses on how this condition affects women, girls, and their families. Download this guide today.
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    Real patient stories

    Listen in as real patients— including Heidi, Erica, and Joel—share their experiences with hemophilia B.
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    References: 6. Babul-Hirji R, Brownlow M, Kirk A. Little L, Stewart P. All About Carriers: A Guide for Carriers of Hemophilia A and 8. Canadian Hemophilia Society. 2007;1-136. 7. Plug I, Mauser-Bunschaten EP, Briicker-Vriends AHJT, et al. Bleeding in carriers of hemophilia. Blood. 2006;108(1):52-56.

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