NHF hosted a festive benefit gala, the Red Tie Soiree, on Thursday, May 18, 2017 in New York City.
You will help guide people to services and support offered by bleeding disorders organizations and HTCs.
Check out the brand new resources from NHF to help you get active!
NHF CEO Val D. Bias shares this thoughts on the success of Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month 2017.
Help the heroes in our community get the recognition they deserve!
This scholarship is available to people with hemophilia A or B who wish to pursue higher education or post-graduate education.
The Red Tie Challenge, launched during Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month, aims to advance the fight against inheritable bleeding disorders by raising funds for NHF’s research, education and advocacy initiatives.
Resource aims to advance scientific understanding of rare bleeding disorder
and help improve patient outcomes.
NHF offers guidance for those who may be affected by current travel restrictions.
The winning artist will have $2,500 awarded toward their Walk team in 2017.
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