Cornfields, Camping and Camaraderie

Nationally-known cycling event creates amazing memories for Team Resilience participants By: Emily Roush-Bobolz, Staff Writer While Hemophilia Federation of American has been hosting the Gears for Good National Ride from West Virginia to Washington, D.C., for eight years, the organization had a larger vision – use existing athletic and competitive events around the country to raise […]

La Menstruación es un Proceso Natural como Cualquier Otro

Por: Andy Anderson y Martha Boria, escritores del personal“Ahora eres una mujer”. “Aquí están las toallas higiénicas”. “Puedes sostener una toalla de agua caliente en el estómago por los dolores”. ¿Suena esto familiar? Para muchos de nosotros, hablar de períodos era solo algo que podíamos hacer con mamá. No lo discutimos en la escuela o […]

Medicare 101: Who's Paying for Your Care?

By: Kimberly Ramseur, Staff WriterWith all the talk about health care financing, it is easy to get confused and overwhelmed with all the information being disseminated. If an individual falls under one of the following, he or she may be eligible for Medicare, a national health insurance program administered by the Center for Medicare and […]

Advocate Finds Her Voice with New Council

Advocacy Leadership Council member shares her experience at HFA’s 2019 Patient Fly-In By: Natalie Parker, Guest Writer I was nervous before walking into a Congressional office. The U.S. Capitol is huge! I didn’t know what to expect and I wasn’t sure they would listen to me. After all, legislators and their staff meet with numerous […]

Executive Corner

Dear Friends,For nearly 11 years Hemophilia Federation of America has had the same leadership guiding and taking the organization where the community has requested. Throughout this time, HFA has grown by leaps and bounds, not only in the size of the organization, but more importantly in what we are able to offer the community and […]