Fatherhood & Hemophilia

June 18, 2017

Being a father has been the most challenging and most rewarding task God has ever asked of me. I would do it all over again in a heartbeat. I have found the relationship between my daughter, Bethany, and me to be such paradox at times, but now that we’re both adults, I can’t express how […]

How I Cope With Pain

January 5, 2017

Note: This article is for educational purposes only and is not intended to be construed as direct medical advice or the official opinion/position of HFA, its staff, or its Board of Directors. Readers are strongly encouraged to discuss their own medical treatment with their healthcare providers. Pain is a serious medical concern in our country. Approximately […]

Infusing Love: Remembering John Reed

November 16, 2016

With the recent passing of John Reed, the hemophilia community lost a true champion. John was so many things to so many different people – husband, father, blood brother, friend. The list goes on and on, as does the list of adjectives one could use to describe John – caring, passionate, compassionate, smart, dedicated. I […]

My Journey with Pain

May 19, 2015

Pain is a very personal experience. Everyone has their own definitions, feelings, and memories associated with pain. Some pain is greater than others. Some pain paralyzes you, and some pain motivates you. How someone chooses to define and cope with pain is molded by his/her experiences throughout a lifetime. Below is a story of one […]

Laughing Away the Pain

May 23, 2014

I was diagnosed with severe Hemophilia A at birth in New Jersey. During my childhood, I moved around often with my family. Needless to say, these experiences have taught me how to adapt. I have been treated at several different hemophilia treatment centers, and every time I changed my center, I had to learn a […]

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