2016 World Congress
CME Courses
Annual Global Survey
Membership

The World Federation of Hemophilia improves and sustains care for people with inherited bleeding disorders around the world.

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WFH global forum

The 9th WFH Global Forum will address issues related to the safety and supply of treatment products for bleeding disorders, as well as foster discussion and debate on critical issues and challenges in the areas of translational research and research methodology related to bleeding disorders.

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WFH MEMBERSHIP 

WFH introduces new Professional Membership.

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Latest News 

Free CME Activity: Issues in the Design of Clinical Trials for Hemophilia

The WFH marks World Hemophilia Day with a Global Online Family Tree

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NMOs can now pay their Statement of Assessment Account by credit cards

WFH statement on MSM blood donor deferrals

WFH applies to add DDAVP to WHO Essential Medicines List

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What will it take to Close the Gap?

You can help close the gap between children who receive care and those who suffer without.

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Young Voices

New Young Voices article available. Membership retention: Keeping your youth engaged!

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WFH Clinical research grants

Congratulations to the 2015 grant recipients!

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NEW: CME ELEARNING MODULE!

FREE CME ACTIVITY: ISSUES IN THE DESIGN OF CLINICAL TRIALS FOR HEMOPHILIA 
Access this newly- accredited CME (2 free credits) eLearning module and other educational webcasts on the WFH eLearning platform. Registration is simple and free of charge.

Over 400 WFH Congress 2014 posters are now publicly available in our online gallery. Search, download, and share posters, email authors, discuss with colleagues – all here!

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