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World Hemophilia Day 2013

50 Years of Advancing Treatment for All

The World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) and the global community have worked together, for the past 50 years, to improve care and treatment for inherited bleeding disorders. World Hemophilia Day 2013 took on a special significance as we mark '50 Years of Advancing Treatment for All'.

What are your hopes and wishes for the next 50 years for our community? Visit us on Facebook.


CN Tower lights up in red for
World Hemophilia Day 2013

The CN Tower, one of the world’s tallest freestanding structures, lit up in red on April 17 to commemorate World Hemophilia Day.

To view photos, visit the WFH’s Facebook page.


 
World Hemophilia Day message from
Alain Weill, WFH president
  World Hemophilia Day message from
John E. Bournas, WFH CEO/executive director

On this World Hemophilia Day, we are marking 50 Years of Advancing Treatment for All. Members of our community told us of their hopes and wishes for the next 50 years:

The Journey Begins

Watch The Journey Begins to learn about Frank Schnabel, founder of the World Federation of Hemophilia, and 50 years of care to the bleeding disorders community. Click here.


Give a Gift of Membership

To give the gift of membership to mark World Hemophilia Day, click here.





Donation

If you would like to make a donation to support the World Federation of Hemophilia, click here.


World Hemophilia Day 2013 sponsors

Find out how the World Hemophilia Day 2013 sponsors are marking World Hemophilia Day 2013. Watch their 50th anniversary video messages. Click here.


World Hemophilia Day 2013 resources

Click here to access the available resources to support your World Hemophilia Day activities.

For more information about World Hemophilia Day, please contact Sarah Ford, WFH communications manager, at sford@wfh.org.


Updated June 2013

World Hemophilia Day is supported by funding from: