Year: 2020

First person with haemophilia in Ireland treated with gene therapy

The Irish Haemophilia Society has today announced that gene therapy has been used for the first time to treat a person with haemophilia in Ireland. The recipient has received gene therapy as part of a Phase 3 clinical trial. The therapy uses an adeno-associated viral vector to deliver the Factor IX gene therapy intravenously to …

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Von Willebrand’s Disorder Information Day

Saturday April 18, 2020 | Castleknock Hotel, Dublin The Irish Haemophilia Society is delighted to announce that an information day for people with von Willebrand’s (VWD) will take place on Saturday, April 18th in the Castleknock Hotel, Dublin. This information day will provide people with an opportunity to gain a better understanding of vWD, the treatments available, services …

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