Haemosexual

Haemophilia A trial results ‘mind-blowing’

Haemophilia A trial results ‘mind-blowing’   By James Gallagher Health and science correspondent, BBC News British doctors say they have achieved “mind-blowing” results in an attempt to rid people of haemophilia A. Patients are born with a genetic defect that means they do not produce a protein needed to stop bleeding. Thirteen patients given the gene therapy at Barts Health […]

Read more

NEWS: Contaminated blood scandal: Labour’s Burnham threatens to go to police

Contaminated blood scandal: Labour’s Burnham threatens to go to police The former health secretary says he is prepared to go to the police with the “serious allegations” if the Government does not act. Labour’s Andy Burnham has told Sky News he has “extensive” evidence from victims of the contaminated blood scandal. The former health secretary, who is now mayor of […]

Read more

FACTOR: The Contaminated Blood Scandal

About We provide news and information about Factor Concentrates, Haemophilia and the Contaminated Factor Scandal of the 1970’s and 1980’s and it’s fallout in the UK. We do not accept Donations or Sponsorship from Pharma companies so please don’t ask.   This website is maintained and operated by 730 Media.   Any advertising on this website is derived from the Google AdSense […]

Read more

Swedish Orphan Biovitrum AB: Elocta® Approved in Kuwait for the Treatment of Haemophilia A

Swedish Orphan Biovitrum AB: Elocta® Approved in Kuwait for the Treatment of Haemophilia A STOCKHOLM–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Swedish Orphan Biovitrum AB (publ) (SOBI.ST) (Sobi™) today announces that the Ministry of Health in Kuwait has approved Elocta® (efmoroctocog alfa), a recombinant human factor VIII Fc-fusion protein with an extended half-life, for the treatment of haemophilia A. Elocta is the first recombinant factor VIII Fc […]

Read more

Haemophilia – Blood & Blood Products

The Differences between Blood & Blood Products     When people think of a “blood transfusion” we generally think of the image above.   One whole bag of blood or a unit is most commonly used for patients who require an immediate “blood transfusion” for circumstances which could be seen as life threatening.   The most frequently used example of […]

Read more