Number of persons with bleeding disorders in the Canada 2018

Number of people with bleeding disorders in Canada in 2018, by condition

by John Elflein, last edited Nov 22, 2019
Number of persons with bleeding disorders in the Canada 2018 This statistic displays the number of people in Canada diagnosed with a blood disorder, by specific condition, as of 2018. In this year, there were 3,687 people diagnosed with hemophilia in Canada. Hemophilia is a genetic disorder that affects the normal functionality of blood clotting and coagulation.
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Number of people with bleeding disorders in Canada in 2018, by condition

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