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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 90, Supplement 2, 1 December 2015

Challenges in transition to adulthood for young adult patients with hemophilia: Quantifying the psychosocial issues and developing solutions
pp. S1-S2(2)
Authors: Witkop, Michelle; Guelcher, Christine; Forsyth, Angela; Quon, Doris; Hawk, Sarah; Curtis, Randall; Cutter, Susan; Molter, Don; Cooper, David L.

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Young adults with hemophilia in the U.S.: demographics, comorbidities, and health status
pp. S11-S16(6)
Authors: Curtis, Randall; Baker, Judith; Riske, Brenda; Ullman, Megan; Niu, Xiaoli; Norton, Kristi; Lou, Mimi; Nichol, Michael B.

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Unmet needs in the transition to adulthood: 18‐ to 30‐year‐old people with hemophilia
pp. S17-S22(6)
Authors: Quon, Doris; Reding, Mark; Guelcher, Chris; Peltier, Skye; Witkop, Michelle; Cutter, Susan; Buranahirun, Cathy; Molter, Don; Jane Frey, Mary; Forsyth, Angela; Tran, Duc (Bobby); Curtis, Randall; Hiura, Grant; Levesque, Justin; de la Riva, Debbie; Compton, Matthew; Iyer, Neeraj N.; Holot, Natalia; Cooper, David L.

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Treatment outcomes, quality of life, and impact of hemophilia on young adults (aged 18–30 years) with hemophilia
pp. S3-S10(8)
Authors: Witkop, Michelle; Guelcher, Christine; Forsyth, Angela; Hawk, Sarah; Curtis, Randall; Kelley, Laureen; Frick, Neil; Rice, Michelle; Rosu, Gabriela; Cooper, David L.

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