Amish Patel publishes article in Specialty Pharmacy Times: "Hemophilia Advancements and the Evolution of Patient Management"
Hemophilia, a genetic condition in which a person’s blood does not clot properly, affects an estimated 20,000 patients in the United States. It is a disease that presents many challenges for patients and caregivers, but with proper treatment, education, and professional support, patients can lead long, healthy lives. Decades of research have progressed clinical advancements in treatment, dramatically increasing the life expectancy of these patients. At the same time, innovations are continuing to make managing symptoms and treatments more practical.