What Is Hemophilia?
This patient handbook contains basic information about the inheritance, symptoms, and management of hemophilia.

Guidelines for the Management of Hemophilia
This fully revised second edition, compiled and reviewed by global experts, contains clinical practice recommendations supported by the best available, graded evidence. By compiling these guidelines, the WFH aims to assist healthcare providers seeking to initiate and/or maintain hemophilia care programs, encourage practice harmonization around the world and, where recommendations lack adequate evidence, stimulate appropriate studies.

Search the WFH’s publications library for more resources in English, Spanish, French, Russian, Chinese, and Arabic. 

Children can learn about hemophilia in the language they know best: Play! By encouraging them to embark on their very own "hemophilia adventure", the games teach players how to prevent bleeds and manage hemophilia while learning about the clotting process, types of bleeds, factor infusions, and suitable physical activities. The focus, however, is on fun.  

The Achieving Treatment for All, Hemophilia and Bleeding Disorders Educational series is designed to spur global dialogue around the need for broad-based access to care and treatment for people with hemophilia and other inherited bleeding disorders. More videos

Haemophilia, published by Wiley-Blackwell, is the official journal of the World Federation of Hemophilia.

Local hemophilia organizations and treatment centres can provide additional information and support. Search our online directory to find the group nearest you.

Updated May 2012


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