Mortality rates, life expectancy, and causes of death in people with hemophilia A or B in the United Kingdom who were not infected with HIV.

@article{Darby2007MortalityRL,
  title={Mortality rates, life expectancy, and causes of death in people with hemophilia A or B in the United Kingdom who were not infected with HIV.},
  author={Sarah C. Darby and Sau Wan Kan and Rosemary J. D. Spooner and P L F Giangrande and Frank G. H. Hill and C R M Hay and Christine A. Lee and Christopher A. Ludlam and Michael Kevin Williams},
  journal={Blood},
  year={2007},
  volume={110 3},
  pages={815-25}
}
Since the 1970s, mortality in the hemophilia population has been dominated by human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and few reports have described mortality in uninfected individuals. This study presents mortality in 6018 people with hemophilia A or B in the United Kingdom during 1977 to 1998 who were not infected with HIV, with follow-up until January 1, 2000. Given disease severity and factor inhibitor status, all-cause mortality did not differ significantly between hemophilia A and hemophilia B… CONTINUE READING