Since 1989, patient groups worldwide have annually marked World Hemophilia Day on 17 April to raise awareness and understanding of hemophilia and other bleeding disorders.

World Hemophilia Day aims to:

  • Be the leading platform to promote hemophilia advocacy efforts

  • Promote the importance of taking coordinated and concerted actions to increase the number of patients diagnosed around the world and to strive to reach “Treatment for all”

  • Draw attention to the key issues and put hemophilia and bleeding disorders in the spotlight

Courtesy of World Hemophilia Day via The World Federation of Hemophilia

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