Haemophilia: A crippling lifelong inherited royal disease – leaping from prevention to cure
|When:||Thursday, 19 September 2019 - Thursday, 19 September 2019|
|Where:||Parktown Health Sciences Campus
Marie Curie Auditorium, Medical School Building
David Sepeke Sekgwele on 011 717 2081 or at Adler.Museum@wits.ac.za
Professor Johnny Mahlangu will present the 2019 AJ Orenstein Memorial Lecture.
Many royal families in Europe were affected by an inherited bleeding disorder later known as haemophilia. All died before treatment was discovered. Today, with innovative medical technology, haemophilia has a well characterized clinical, genetic and epidemiological profile. This lecture will take the audiences through the most recent scientific development in the quest for treatment, prevention and ultimately cure of haemophilia.Add event to calendar