Justin Najimian, who has mild hemophilia A and a platelet disorder, is currently a freshman attending Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ.
The webinar will cover recent clinical trial data, choosing appropriate therapies, and patient-centered approaches to care.
The program aims to improve the efficacy of patient infusion logs and reporting.
Dr. Li is planning for a career in non-malignant hematology, with a long-term career goal of becoming an academic hematologist and clinical researcher in the field of coagulation medicine.
Connections for Learning and Anna DeSimone travel grant applications are now open.
Becas de viaje disponibles para la Conferencia de Trastornos Hemorrágicos de NHF.
Thirteen runners, nine states, thirteen miles, and one great cause: Team NHF are avid athletes who are excited to run on behalf of the bleeding disorders community.
Linda Gammage, MSW, LCSW, passed away on December 26, 2018.
Seven ways your gift to NHF will support people with bleeding disorders.
NHF's research grants support a variety of disciplines and levels of expertise.
Each year, hundreds of new parents hear the words, “Your child has a bleeding disorder.” This can be frightening to parents, especially if there is no previous family history of the disorder.
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