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Infusing Love: Siblings Need History Lessons Too

August 30, 2017

  At HFA, we have a core tenant and motto of our organization. It is 鈥淟est We Forget.鈥 In my family鈥檚 view, raising a child with a bleeding disorder in today鈥檚 world means we have the responsibility of determining when and how we help our children to learn and understand the history of our community. […]

Dear Addy: History

June 12, 2017

Dear Addy, My daughter has informed me that most people in her generation don’t know anything about AIDS, Hemophilia, or Ryan White. I find this pretty upsetting. How can we educate the next generation about the history of the bleeding disorders community? Sincerely, Old Enough to Remember Dear Remembrance, This is a great question and […]

Infusing Love: The Right Time

February 8, 2017

聽 There is this one conversation I鈥檝e had repeatedly with dozens of parents over the past ten years. It always revolves around our desire to be protective and shelter our kids. A child鈥檚 early years should feel safe. However, we know they cannot stay innocent forever. We do want them to grow up to be […]

Honoring All Moms, Past & Present

May 8, 2013

Had I been the Matthew my mother was expecting to give birth to, my life would have been astronomically different. I was born right around the time the first factor concentrates to treat hemophilia were available for home use. Had I been born a male rather than a female, I probably would have been diagnosed […]


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