It’s highly unlikely that a cure for this genetic disease will be discovered. Perhaps in the future through gene therapy it will be possible to better treat hemophiliacs, but it’s impossible to cure it. Similar to other genetic disorders, hemophilia is integrated in one’s DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) and, of course, genes. Since we can’t change either, we can’t fully extinguish the illness.
- 19,688 hits
DisclaimerI'm sure you've come here in search of some information on the unfortunate genetic disease hemophilia. I created this website as a ninth-grade honors biology project based on a rubric given to me by my instructor. Therefore, not every "base," so to speak, has been covered. If you are looking for hard facts, I would advise you to head on over to CDC's website or a more reputable source than a high school freshman's project. I would hate for anyone to use any potentially incorrect data from here.
Tag cloudadvate affected amniocentesis assays biology blood bloodstream bruising carrier carriers children chromosome circumsised clotting counseling counselor cvs dad diagnosis disease disorder drugs education expectancy factor factors father fetus gene genes genetic genetics genotypes hemophilia hemophilia a hemophilia b hemophiliac hemophilic illness inherit injuries internal ix job life live mercer minor mom mother muscle nosebleeds offspring paper cuts pee pregnancy punnett qualifications scenarios severity sports square support symptoms ten test treatment ultrasound unaffected viii work x-linked XX XY years
Connor on Works Cited kg on Works Cited Connor on Post 2: How does one inherit… bleedingdisorder on Post 2: How does one inherit… Connor on Hello