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"It's been almost 25 years since Ryan White died of HIV, which he acquired from contaminated blood cells used to treat his hemophilia. Now, hemophilia rarely makes the news, which is just fine with Dr. Charles Nakar. Dr. Nakar is a pediatric hematologist. He said the difference these days is that treatment for hemophilia begins so much earlier, before the condition does its damage," said host Barbara Lewis.
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