World Thalassemia Day

Thalassemia is the world''s most common genetic blood disorder with nearly 7% of the global population carrying an abnormal hemoglobin gene. Every year nearly 300,000-500,000 children are born with a blood disorder. Of these 80% are from developing countries. Fifty to hundred thousand children born in developing countries die due to lack of access of treatment.
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