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HFA Research Presents at ASH 2017

December 21, 2017

HFA’s Research Team gave and received early an holiday gift this year: knowledge. We attended the 59th annual meeting of the American Society of Hematology (ASH) in Atlanta, Georgia, December 9-12. The unofficial song of the meeting was “Let it Snow” as that (along with the once standing Georgia Dome) is what was on the […]

HFA to Present CHOICE Project Data at World Federation of Hemophilia World Congress

July 21, 2016

HFA to Present CHOICE Project Data at World Federation of Hemophilia World Congress  The CHOICE Project was a first-of-its-kind data collection from people with hemophilia and other bleeding disorders. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 21, 2016 Contact: Sonji Wilkes (202)-675-6984 or email at s.wilkes@hemophiliafed.org Hemophilia Federation of America (HFA) announced today that it will present new […]

Dear Addy: CHOICE

July 29, 2015

Dear Addy, I keep seeing all of these Facebook posts and Tweets about the CHOICE Project. What is it and why does it matter if I take part? Signed, Need-to-Know Dear Need-to-Know, Glad you asked. CHOICE (Community Having Opportunity to Influence Care Equity) is a project driven by HFA and supported by the Centers for […]

Project RED: Reaching Everyone Directly

May 29, 2014

A word that we hear frequently right now is “access”—access to quality care, resources, education, community, and other people affected by a bleeding disorder. Our Blood Brothers and Sisters everywhere have these concerns. The recent rise in the number of bleeding disorder organizations around the country (4 new chapters and member organizations) in the last […]

Your Choice. Your Voice.

June 5, 2013

  Hemophilia Treatment Centers (HTC’s) are federally-funded facilities that offer comprehensive, multi-disciplinary services in a single setting. I likened them to one stop shopping: you have your physician, nurse, social worker, and physical therapist all on the same team with you, the patient or caregiver, as the star athlete. Today, there are 144 federally-funded treatment […]


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