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Clotting factors are costly, and many health insurance companies will only pay for them on a case-by-case basis. It is important to know:
- What your insurance covers
- If your insurance has a "cap" on the dollar amount that it will cover and what that amount is
- If there are restrictions or waiting periods.
As children grow, it is important to learn about the different available options for insurance. Career counseling can help you or your child find a job and keep health insurance coverage.
If you are living with hemophilia, it is important that you complete your education. Getting a good education and advanced job training "opens the door" to the kinds of jobs that are ideal for those who cannot do hard physical work.