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For more than 60 years, Shire has been involved in the bleeding conditions community through haemophilia. Select from the available resources below to get information for your practice on assessment tools and upcoming conferences.

Evidence has shown that even a low number of bleeds can have an irreversible, long-term effect on joint health in some patients. The Mechanisms of Joint Disease Video will demonstrate the action of blood-induced joint damage.1,2

Mechanisms of joint disease video, Information for people living with hemophilia
References: 1. Funk MB, Schmidt H, Becker S, et al. Modified magnetic resonance imaging score compared with orthopaedic and radiological scores for the evaluation of haemophilic arthropathy. Haemophilia. 2002;8(2):98-103. 2. Gringeri A, Ewenstein B, Reininger A. The burden of bleeding in haemophilia: is one bleed too many? Haemophilia. 2014;1-5.
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