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Simplifying Therapy for Factor I Deficiency

Diplomat Specialty Infusion Group supports patients throughout treatment.

Factor I deficiency (or congenital fibrinogen deficiency) is a rare bleeding disorder. People with factor I deficiency have problems with a substance in the blood called factor I protein. As a result, they bleed easily after minor trauma or surgery. They can even bleed with no explanation.

Diplomat Specialty Infusion Group dispenses medication to treat certain types of factor I deficiency, with customized clinical support to help patients control their condition.

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Financial Assistance

We’ll look for ways to help you afford therapy.

There are many ways to get help paying for specialty medications. We'll seek third-party programs and support the application process from start to finish.

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MyFactor® Infusion App

An App for People With Hemophilia & Bleeding Disorders

The MyFactor app gives you an easy way to track your bleeding events and treatments and share information directly with your doctor. The app helps patients conveniently track their personal infusion records, bleeding event history, and share important injury and treatment information with members of their healthcare team. MyFactor was tested extensively by members of the hemophilia patient community.


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