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World Haemophilia Day is on Friday 17 April. On this occasion, the institutes and associations, particularly the World Federation of Haemophilia, work to sensitise and inform the general public and caregivers about hereditary coagulation disorders.
Throughout the year, research is conducted by the Inserm teams to improve replacement therapies.
Bleeding disorders (including haemophilia) are the main concern of the team led by Cécile Denis in Inserm Unit 1176, “Haemostasis–Inflammation–Thrombosis.” The researchers’ work is focused on the development of innovative therapies, such as gene therapy, which could be used to treat this disorder.
A Swiss-French team that includes UNIGE scientists has discovered how to trigger apoptosis in leukaemia cells by disrupting their energy maintenance mechanism..