Hemophilia Education since 1990
The Royal Disease and Russia
Both the Royals and the Russians have been making the news this past year, not much of it good. For the Royals, it’s mostly just the Markles (on their “Privacy Tour”). For Russia…. well, let’s not go there. While Russia is making a ruinous name for itself these past two years, it’s famous for its
A Pandora’s Box of Myths
It’s Bleeding Disorder Awareness Month! True: Designated in 1986 as Hemphilia Awareness Month this is the month to educate the public—and ourselves—about bleeding disorders. I usually start with what hemophilia is not. Perhaps because hemophilia is so rare, it has generated many myths. Myths are stories, sometimes created by people in an attempt to make
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