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Health-related quality of life, direct medical and societal costs among children with moderate or severe haemophilia in Europe: multivariable models of the CHESS-PAEDs study

BACKGROUND: Haemophilia bears substantial humanistic and economic burden on children and their caregivers. Characterising the differential impact of severe versus moderate paediatric haemophilia is important for clinical and health policy decisions. We analysed health-related quality of life (HRQoL), annual direct medical (excluding factor treatment costs), non-medical and societal costs among children and adolescents with moderate and severe

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Association of factor expression levels with health-related quality of life and direct medical costs for people with haemophilia B

AIMS: Gene therapy trials aim to provide a functional cure for patients with haemophilia B (HB), and treatment impact is analyzed by factor IX expression levels (FELs). We investigated the relationship of FELs with health-related quality of life (HRQoL) and costs. MATERIALS AND METHODS: This was a retrospective cross-sectional analysis of the European (CHESS I-II) and US (CHESS-US) CHESS population studies. Physicians recruited consecutive patients and

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