NHF is excited to announce that 1,000 people have enrolled in My Life, Our Future. They've been genotyped to help make knowledge hereditary.
NHF hosts bigger, better 67th Annual Meeting in Dallas. Catch up on the highlights in this post-conference NHF Daily issue.
NHF is pleased to announce winners of the Anna DeSimone Women's Scholarship for Annual Meeting and Doreen McMullan McCarthy Memorial Academic Scholarship.
HemAware is now available on Amazon.com for download on Kindle devices. Download yours today!
In the National Hemophilia Foundation's revamped website, hemophilia.org, users will find a host of new content pages and tools at your fingertips.
Oh, what a night! NHF was thrilled to host its fourth annual Spring Soiree on Monday, April 28, in New York City. More than 250 guests celebrated the achievements of the event’s honorees.
NHF was honored to have the opportunity to meet Mary Elizabeth, Her Royal Highness Crown Princess of Denmark, on March 11, 2014, in New York City at an event arranged by Novo Nordisk.
HemAware is meeting a growing need for articles in Spanish by creating HemAware en español, which launched on April 1st.
The National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2014 Nursing, Social Work and Physical Therapy Excellence Fellowships.
Some days the hardest thing about school may not be the homework, but the lack of knowledge about bleeding disorders. NHF’s Education Services has created a video to help you change that. What Schools Should Know: Having a Student with a Bleeding Disorder is a video resource for you to share with school personnel.
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