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Educational outreach for chronic illness. Case in point: children with hemophilia


, : Educational outreach for chronic illness. Case in point: children with hemophilia. Texas Hospitals 44(2): 28-29

The child with hemophilia, his family, friends and teachers all need training for dealing with this chronic condition. In an outreach educational program, hemophilia social workers make an effort to reach these supporters and the general public to eliminate discrimination problems and assist the child's development.

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PMID: 10318628


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