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This information was reviewed by Sharon Hawkins from Australia/New Zealand Haemophilia Social Workers’ and Counsellors’ Group, Anne Jackson, Grainne Dunne and Andrew Atkins from Australian Haemophilia Nurses’ Group, Emma Paterson from Australian and New Zealand Physiotherapy Haemophilia Group, Dr Simon McRae from Australian Haemophilia Centre Directors’ Organisation, and bleeding disorder community representatives from the HFA Youth Working Group.
Date last reviewed: 27 August 2021