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How much does it cost to treat hemophilia?

Treatment for hemophilia is extremely expensive. This is a lifetime expense. The average cost is $40,000 to $50,000 a year. Complications from hemophilia can bring further expenses, which may be over $100,000. Clotting factor is also expensive. People who do not have health insurance may have to rely on charitable foundations and government aid for help.

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