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Intern Introspective: Introducing La’Brittinee and Paul

Earlier this year, we opened applications for a ten-week policy & government relations internship* for this summer. We are excited to introduce you to the two candidates that we selected! La’Brittinee & Paul are part of the bleeding disorders community and have been chosen because of their leadership qualities and interest in the field of […]

Intern Introspective: That’s a Wrap for Cami

Intern Introspective Earlier this summer we welcomed our summer policy & government relations interns to our DC office. Eric and Cami are part of the bleeding disorders community and were chosen to participate in a 10-week internship because of their leadership qualities and interest in the field of policy and advocacy. Throughout the summer, Eric […]

Intern Introspective: That’s a Wrap for Eric

Earlier this summer we welcomed our summer policy & government relations interns to our DC office. Eric and Cami are part of the bleeding disorders community and were chosen to participate in a 10-week internship because of their leadership qualities and interest in the field of policy and advocacy. Throughout the summer, Eric and Cami […]

FDA Releases “Voice of the Patient” Summary from Patient-Focused Drug Development Initiative

In September 2014, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration hosted a public meeting as part of it’s Patient-Focused Drug Development initiative, a 5 year initiative to learn more from patients across a variety of disease and disorders. We were proud to be a part of this meeting and provided support to several of the patient […]

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Infusing Love: My Blood Gang

Not related by blood. Family because of it. I had a button made with this quote when Max participated in the Beards for Bleeders fund-raiser two years ago. Something I have gained from the bleeding disorder community is an oddly mismatched, but amazing group of BFFs. My gang, as I like to call them. What […]

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Remembering Ryan White 26 Years Later

Ryan White died at the age of 18 on April 8, 1990. During the 1980s, Ryan bravely became a national spokesperson and symbol of hope for the hemophilia and HIV/AIDS community after being expelled from middle school due to community fears that the virus would spread to other children. Learn more about Ryan’s legacy by clicking […]

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HFA Observes February 29 As Rare Disease Day

The Hemophilia Federation of America (HFA) joins the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) on February 29, and others around the world in observing Rare Disease Day. The purpose of this day is to focus attention on the needs of patients and families affected by rare diseases. In the U.S., any disease affecting fewer than […]

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Community Voices: An Inhibitor On The High Seas

Justin Levesque (pictured in the orange hat), poses with the crew aboard a ship bound for Iceland.  __________________________________________ Justin Levesque has severe hemophilia with an inhibitor. Justin recently had an opportunity of a lifetime when he spent nine days aboard a ship to Iceland as part of an art project that he developed. In this […]

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HFA Receives Donation of VeinViewer Flex

Christie Medical Holdings Inc., a global leader in portable vein imaging systems to aid in venipuncture procedures, has donated a VeinViewer® Flex to the Hemophilia Federation of America (HFA) as part of the Christie CARES philanthropy program. Based in Washington, D.C., the Hemophilia Federation of America serves as a consumer advocate for safe, affordable and […]

2015 Summer Intern Recap

Earlier this summer we welcomed our summer policy & advocacy interns to our DC office. Adam and Matthew are part of the bleeding disorders community and were chosen to participate in a 10-week internship because of their leadership qualities and interest in the field of policy and advocacy. Throughout the summer, Adam and Matthew: Gained […]

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