For parents of children with hemophilia, the future is a constant worry. While this will always be the case, the recent healthcare reforms have provided a little bit of relief. Heidi and Andrew Forrester from Washington are the parents of William, a two-year-old with severe hemophilia A. While William was lucky enough to be covered under his father’s work insurance, he had a lifetime cap of two million dollars. William’s hemophilia costs the insurance company a minimum of $120,000 a year, causing his family to have a constant worry about what would happen when he hit his lifetime cap….