Only 15 percent of people in India suffering from haemophilia -- a genetic and life-threatening bleeding disorder -- have been identified while the remaining still lay undiagnosed health experts said on Monday. According to experts there are about 16000 registered patients suffering from haemophilia in the country. However they suspect that the number of people suffering with haemophilia in India could be seven times more. The burden of haemophilia lies undiagnosed to a great extent. There are about 16000 registered patients in the country as of now others remain undiagnosed said Kanjaksha Ghosh president of the Haemophilia Federation of India.