This scholarship is named in tribute to Kevin Child, who died of AIDS in 1989, shortly before graduating from college.
These symposia were designed to encompass critical topics with far reaching implications for our communities, including emerging and novel therapies, surveillance, and key public health-related issues relevant to affected women and girls.
On September 25, more than 300 people from across the country tuned in to this year’s virtual Red Tie Soiree.
Watch this moderated webinar regarding the current status of gene therapies in the pipeline and other novel therapies.
Your input will ensure that NHF is meeting your needs.
The National Hemophilia Foundation will be holding our quarterly Board of Directors meeting on Saturday, October 10th at 9:00 AM EDT.
What comes to mind when you think about the future?
The cooperative agreement supports education and awareness programs for bleeding disorders patients, family members, and providers.
The private, online community is for Black and African Americans with bleeding disorders, their family members, and support network.
The CDC is looking for 100 participants to discuss using or prescribing different options for pain management.
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