In the past, a diagnosis of haemophilia would have meant sacrificing many normal everyday activities in order to minimise the risk of bleeding. Even gentle exercise would have posed a danger. Thankfully, today, because treatments have improved so much, someone with haemophilia can expect to live a full and active life and have a normal life expectancy. This means being able to travel, go to work, and take part in a wide range of leisure and sporting activities.
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