Select the incorrect statement with regard to haemophilia.
Haemophilia is a X-linked recessive trait which shows transmission from carrier female to male progeny. Single protein is affected in this condition. The three main forms of hemophilia include the following:
Hemophilia A: Caused by a lack of the blood clotting factor VIII; approximately 85% of hemophiliacs have type A disease.
Hemophilia B: Caused by a deficiency of factor IX.
Hemophilia C: Some doctors use this term to refer to a lack of clotting factor XI.