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NHF Healthcare Update: Congressional To-Do List

Congress has a lengthy to-do list before the end of the year.  NHF is closely monitoring numerous issues affecting the bleeding disorders community including:

Tax Reform

Results in HEMLIBRA® Study for Patients Without Inhibitors

Genentech recently reported results from the phase III HAVEN 3 study, which showed that the prophylactic use of HEMLIBRA® led to significantly reduced bleeds in adult and adolescent patients with hemophilia A, without inhibitors. The therapy was co-developed by Genentech, Chugai and Roche.

It's Not Too Late: Take Action on Tax Reform

 

 

NHF Announces the 2017 NHF/Novo Nordisk Career Development Award Recipient

NHF is pleased to announce Christopher J. Ng, MD, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, University of Colorado Denver, as the recipient of the 2017 NHF/Novo Nordisk Career Development Award (CDA).

The Partners in Bleeding Disorders Education Program recently launched “Psychosocial Considerations in Bleeding Disorder Care: Birth to Preadolescence.” This online learning activity is focused on the developmental and psychosocial issues unique to children with bleeding disorders, specifically those from infancy through preadolescence. The activity also encompasses the psychosocial considerations that may be seen in families of affected children.     

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