Diagnosis of hemophilia in U.S. children under two years old 2014

This statistic exhibits the distribution in age of hemophilia diagnosis in United States children less than 2 years of age as of 2014. During this time, 15.6 percent of children diagnosed with hemophilia were between one to six months of age. Approximately, 400 babies are born in the United States every year with hemophilia. This condition is a hereditary genetic disorder that prevents the body from properly controlling blood clotting or coagulation.

Distribution of hemophilia diagnosis among U.S. children aged under 2 years as of 2014

Age groupPercentage of diagnosed children
Less than 1 month69.7%
1-6 months15.6%
7-12 months7.1%
12-24 months4.7%
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Release date

August 2014


United States

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