Connect with others in the bleeding disorders community on your phone, tablet or computer.
Know your rights in the workplace and how to work with your employer to get the accommodations you need so you can get the job done.
The Coalition for Hemophilia B announces its 10th Annual New York Symposium for patients and families with hemophilia B on March 4-6.
The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has approved for inclusion on its National Health Observances calendar each March as "Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month" beginning this year.
Open conversation can help normalize a child's bleeding disorder.
NHF chapters hit the ball out of the park with a winning 2015 Walk season, raising money and awareness for the bleeding disorders community.
Study suggests that toddlers first treated with recombinant factor product are more likely to develop an inhibitor.
Lynden Prior and Darian Ross are the recipients of the 2015 Josh Gordy Educational Scholarship.
When in doubt, infuse, says a mother with real-life experience, raising a daughter with hemophilia.
"What's So Bloody Funny?" annual Halloween fundraiser helps NHF raise funds and spirits with a night of comedy in NYC.
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