NHF in Action

More than 2,800 people in the bleeding disorders community gathered from October 11-13 in Orlando, Florida, to gain valuable knowledge...
These grants are part of NHF’s increased commitment to funding critical bleeding disorders research.
More than 250 attendees stood with National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) CEO Val D. Bias as he raised a glass to...
GroupMe. Facebook’s “like” button. Carousell. These are just a few of the innovations that have emerged out of hackathons—collaborative, intensive...
Living with hemophilia with inhibitors is difficult. The inhibitor—a development of antibodies to infused factor product—makes it more difficult to...
On March 9, more than 500 people with bleeding disorders and their families put on their red ties and prepared...
On March 18, nine athletes laced up their sneakers to run 13.1 miles in Manhattan and help people with bleeding...
In September 2017, the National Hemophilia Foundation’s Medical and Scientific Advisory Council (MASAC) adopted updated guidelines for the treatment of...
Gala raises funds and honors outstanding individuals.
The National Hemophilia Foundation’s (NHF’s) 69th Annual Meeting in Chicago began with a message of unity. Reflecting on the battles...
Continued collaboration at venues like this workshop is the key to improving existing therapies and developing a cure for hemophilia.
Nearly every industry that serves the public must change the way it communicates to reach the growing Hispanic population, including...
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