Members of the bleeding disorders community will be heading to the Midwest this year as Chicago serves as our host city for the National Hemophilia Foundation’s 63rd Annual Meeting, November 10-12, 2011.
“Inspiration in the Windy City” is this year’s theme for the three-day conference, which offers educational sessions, networking opportunities and social events for all ages. Individuals and families come with questions and concerns, but leave with answers, encouragement and hope.
Sessions tentatively planned for consumers include: “Super Dad—How to be a Real Man”; “What’s My Name? Dealing with the Diagnosis of ‘Symptomatic Carrier’”; and “Your Ailing Liver.”
The two-day Medical Track for Researchers and Physicians includes a poster abstracts presentation and reception.
To save $50 on processing fees, register online. To register by mail or fax, please download and complete the 63rd Annual Meeting Adult Registration Form. Please note: Faxed or mailed registration forms received after Monday, August 29, will incur a $50 processing fee. Hotel information will be made available to you upon completion of your registration.
Activity Program for Kids & Teens/Babycare Program
Space for these popular programs is limited, so we urge you to register early. This year’s deadline is Monday, August 29, 2011. Register online or download and mail/fax the Babycare/Activity Program for Kids & Teens form.*NOTE: There is no onsite registration or substitution for Babycare or Activity Program for Kids and Teens.