Infusing Love: Life’s Little Surprises

March 14, 2018

My family has very quiet about our family history with hemophilia. I was 2 years old when my grandfather passed away, so I knew very little about what he went through or what it meant to be a carrier, other than the result could be having a son with hemophilia. I was excited when we […]

Infusing Love: Pondering Ports

August 9, 2017

  With a new diagnosis of hemophilia my world was turned upside down. What’s only been 4 months since Maddox was diagnosed feels like a year or two. I feel like I’ve grown so much in just a few months. I have put my life vest on and jumped right in. While, sometimes I’m afraid […]

Infusing Love: Fear of the Unknown

July 30, 2014

Today, HFA is pleased to introduce new blogger, Kari.  Kari and her daughter have a rare bleeding disorder, Platelet Storage Pool Deficiency (PSPD). Continue reading as Kari introduces herself and shares more about her and her daughter’s diagnosis. Every morning when I wake up, the first thing that usually pops into my head is my […]

As I See Him

July 24, 2013

By: Emily Boyer It has been a long day; an immeasurably long day. We spent it at the Hemophilia Treatment Center (HTC) in an attempt to rid my little one’s body of a persistent inhibitor. It was long. I am tired. My house is a mess – I do not remember the last time my […]

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