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People suffering from rare bleeding disorders generally known as hemophilia or “royal disease” will soon find relief in key hospitals if the bill proposed by Sen. Grace Poe is passed into law. “This is an extremely difficult and trying condition, and we must enable our afflicted countrymen to receive due treatment and care,” Poe said. The Daily Tribune

Poe’s Senate Bill 2343 or “An Act To Assist Persons With Hemophilia And Other Bleeding Disorders” seeks to establish four treatments centers in Metro Manila, Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao and provide P100 million for treatment. The Daily Tribune

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