A blog all about raising awareness for Women with Bleeding disorders.
I am a severe factor 5 Hemophiliac living in Calgary, Alberta, Canada and this is a blog about my life!
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I remember my grandfather first telling me about genetic therapy 13 years ago when he first read about it in the NHF mailing he would get from his clinic. He hoped that I would be around long enough to see it happen for my children. Reading this makes me that much more hopeful. There are many things I want to pass down to future generations. Hemophilia isn't one of them.
This is a topic I have been following for some time now. I am planning on some genetic mapping system that actually helps to record the mutations with respect to ancestral genes, and aid gene clipping. Hope it goes well... But in any case, this is a huge breakthrough!
That is so interesting! I would love tohear moreabout it! if there is ever anything you would like to share with the Hemophilia community please let meknow and Iwould be happy to post in on here! Thanks!
Jonathan! I completely agree with you! I think things for the future generation of Hemophiliacs will be much better!! Thank you for reading!
Amiya thank you for reading my blog and taking the time to write! I think this is a great topic and it gives Hemophiliacs a lot of hope!please feelto write or share your story with me and I would be happy to place it on my blog!