Journal of Blood Medicine: Inhibitor Challenges

August 26, 2014

Inhibitors are antibodies that the immune system develops because it sees the infused clotting factor as a foreign substance that needs to be destroyed. Antibodies are proteins that eat up the activated factor before it has time to stop the bleeding. Approximately 30% of people with severe Hemophilia A are affected by inhibitors at some […]

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