Shaping a better future
Bleeding disorders are some of the rarest and most expensive diseases to treat over the lifetime of a patient.
Reflect, learn and celebrate during this year’s Symposium, April 13-16 in Orlando, Florida. We’ll have dozens of sessions for blood brothers, blood sisters, children, parents, caregivers and more, along with great opportunities to connect with the friends you love to see each year. You won’t want to miss Final Night as we end with a splash at SeaWorld!
"Unspeakable": Let's Talk About It
Join us on Rare Disease Day, February 28, with Robert C. Cooper, Blood Brother, Creator, Writer, Director, and Executive Producer of the TV series, “Unspeakable.”
Based on first-person experience and accounts, “Unspeakable” is a mini-series that chronicles the emergence of HIV and Hepatitis throughout Canada during the early 1980-90s and the tragedy that resulted after thousands with bleeding disorders were infected by tainted blood.
New Patients & Families
A new bleeding disorder diagnosis in the family is hard on everyone. HFA works with the whole family to provide assistance and education.
Women Bleed Too
Women are vastly underrepresented in research related to bleeding disorders and often have delayed diagnosis and care.