Persistence pays off in solving hemophilia mystery, showing curiosity drives discovery

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A medical researcher has found the third and final piece in the genetic puzzle of hemophilia B Leyden, more than 20 years after he discovered the first two pieces. The results explain how more than half of the cases of this rare blood-clotting disorder occur, could have implications for other conditions such as thrombosis and show the value of curiosity-driven research.