Community in Action

Barry Haarde completed a 3,700-mile bike ride from Oregon to New Hampshire in August 2012, as part of the Ride...Read More
Registration is now open for the National Hemophilia Foundation’s (NHF’s) 2012 Inhibitor Education Summits, educational conferences for people who have...Read More
With exotic bird cries filling the air, more than 600 participants in the Florida Hemophilia Association (FHA) Walk meandered down...Read More
The definition of the word “inhibit” is “to prohibit from doing something.” But the approximately 550 attendees at the 2011...Read More
First Step , the first component of the National Hemophilia Foundation ’s (NHF’s) Steps for Living , a new Web-based,...Read More
HemAware magazine and its Web site, hemaware.org , are bringing home the gold, winning top honors from several publishing organizations.Read More
The National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) is pleased to announce the appointment of Marion A. Koerper, MD, as its medical advisor....Read More
Susan Scroggins didn’t know which was worse: that both her children had been diagnosed with type 1 von Willebrand disease...Read More
Chicago, the “city of big shoulders,” will embrace the bleeding disorders community for the National Hemophilia Foundation’s (NHF’s) 63rd Annual...Read More
The Rally Concludes July 21, 2011Read More
“You catch a fish, you kiss the fish, and then you throw it back,” explains Janet Brewer, MS, CEO of...Read More
Living with hemophilia and an inhibitor can be isolating; people with inhibitors constitute a small portion of an already small...Read More
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