NHF’s Physical Therapist of the Year Award is named in honor of Donna Boone.
MyBDC is a new way to ensure the community’s voice is heard.
NHF's gala raised more than $370,000 to support programs and services for people with bleeding disorders.
Moving Beyond Factor: Shifting the Paradigm in Hemophilia Through Gene Therapy is free and avaliable for continung education credits.
The findings of this prevalence-based study could have significant future implications.
UniQure plans to exceed its original recruitment goal by "over-enrolling" an additional six trial participants by the end of September.
Marstacimab would represent an alternative approach to standard factor VII or factor IX replacement therapy.
Orphan Drug Designation is awarded by the U.S. FDA to therapies designed to treat rare diseases affecting fewer than 200,000 people in the United States.
NHF and HFA asked questions focusing on short- and long-term medical consequences for affected patients.
Shelby Dietrich, MD, helped establish one of the first hemophilia treatment centers in the US.
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