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Advocacy

By Beth Marshall | 10.22.2012

Program growing at impressive rate.

By Sarah Aldridge | 10.22.2012

Novo Nordisk provided an educational grant.

By Beth Marshall | 07.19.2012

Magazine recognized for editorial and design excellence.

By Beth Marshall | 07.19.2012

Event raised more than $290,500 for NHF.

By Sarah Aldridge | 07.16.2012

Meeting is largest international gathering of bleeding disorders community.

By Beth Marshall | 04.13.2012

Members of the bleeding disorders community asked for support of the ACA and continued funding of HTCs.

By David Linney | 02.07.2012

Healthcare costs continue to increase faster than inflation

By Neil Frick, MS | 02.07.2012

NHF has been backing novel research ideas since 1972

By Rebecca A. Clay | 07.25.2011

Funding for the national network of hemophilia treatment centers could be on the chopping block.

Ronnie Nelson
By Rebecca Clay | 07.25.2011

Hemophilia treatment centers have become victims of their own success.

Woman working in lab
By Rebecca Clay | 07.05.2011

The bleeding disorders community is concerned about a potential FDA approval shortcut for biosimilars of factor products.

By David Linney | 04.25.2011

Opponents of the law criticize its high cost and increased government involvement in healthcare.

Ian Muir
By Sarah Aldridge | 03.25.2011

More than 200 people met with their senators and representatives to hammer home two main issues for the bleeding disorders community this year.

Actors Ezra Miller and Mark Feuerstein
By John Indence | 02.07.2011

Hemophilia and von Willebrand disease (VWD) are not well-known outside the bleeding disorders community. But thanks to the spotlight on these disorders from several media, film and television luminaries, that is changing.

Washington Days 2011 logo
By Beth Marshall | 02.07.2011

Washington Days was held February 16–18, 2011.

Two teenagers watch the TV show Royal Pains.
By Sarah Aldridge | 02.07.2011

“We want to be part of mainstream media,” says Val Bias, NHF CEO. “Anything that brings more visibility to the foundation and what we’re trying to do helps our agenda.”

Betty Jane and Bob Henry, co-founders of the National Hemophilia Foundation
By Sarah Aldridge | 02.07.2011

Betty Jane Henry died at her home in Wellington, Florida, on Sunday, September 5, at the age of 93.

Doctor with mom and little girl at a hemophilia treatment center
By Rebecca A. Clay | 02.02.2011

HTCs are designed to attend to all of a patient’s needs, from the medical and psychological to practical matters such as schooling, insurance and jobs. Learn how they can help your family.

Healthy People 2020
By Melanie Padgett Powers | 12.03.2010

Healthy People 2020, the nation’s new 10-year health roadmap, includes a “Blood Disorders and Blood Safety” section for the first time. Goals include increasing von Willebrand disease diagnosis and reducing hemophilia joint problems.

The Kinfolk Brass Band during the Annual Meeting Opening Session
By Beth Marshall | 12.03.2010

Nearly 2,400 people with bleeding disorders, their family members, healthcare providers and industry representatives gathered for the 2010 NHF Annual Meeting. Learn more and view a photo slideshow.