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Are there cases of acquired hemophilia?

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Last Update: 12/05/2018

Yes, but acquired hemophilia is a very rare disorder. It occurs when the affected person begins to generate antibodies that attack blood clotting factors and prevent them from doing their job.

The exact causes of this disorder are unknown, although they may be related to autoimmune diseases, certain drugs, or tumors.

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