An important role for HFA is to raise awareness!
bleeding disorders Awareness Week
An important role for HFA is to raise awareness in the wider community about inherited bleeding disorders.It can make a big difference to your life if the people around you understand a bit about bleeding disorders. HFA runs Bleeding Disorders Awareness Week every yearin October and it’s a great way to get involved and take the awareness message to your school, uni, work or online.Why not find out what’s on, what other people are doing and get some ideas on what you can do to help.
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World Haemophilia Day
World Haemophilia Day is celebrated around the world on April 17 in order to increase awareness of haemophilia and other inherited bleeding disorders. There are big differences between the treatment that is available in different countries and Australia is very lucky – more than 75% of people with bleeding disorders worldwide don’t have enough treatment or get treatment at all. World Haemophilia Day is an opportunity to work together towards a day when treatment will be available for all.
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Date last reviewed: 5 July 2020