PNH Disease – A Very Rare Blood Disorder
October 21, 2014
Devastating Blood Disorder with Diverse Symptoms
PNH is a deadly life-threatening disease with devastating consequences. 35% of patients die within 5 years of diagnosis despite best supportive care. You might not have heard of PNH–it’s a rare blood disorder that affects a few patients per million. But its rarity doesn’t make it any less significant. Join one Dr. Eloy Roman, one of the country’s only experts on this disease, and a patient advocate as we go behind the mystery of PNH.
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