Resources for the Bleeding Disorders Community

Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation (GLHF) strives to provide critical resources for the entire family of individuals affected by hemophilia and other bleeding disorders. Our educational resources, financial and scholarship support, as well as networking opportunities we offer, facilitate access to healthcare and promote a healthy lifestyle to foster optimal health and independence.

Facts About Bleeding Disorders

If you, a family member or someone close to you is diagnosed with a bleeding disorder, it’s important to have…

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Hemophilia Treatment Centers

Hemophilia Treatments Centers (HTCs) provide comprehensive care for people living with bleeding disorders using a team of pediatric and/or adult…

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Regional Hemophilia Network

Since 1982, Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation (GLHF) has served as the Regional Core Center for federal grants funded by the…

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Pain Management

Pain is a serious medical concern in America.  For those with a bleeding disorder, pain as a result of a bleeding episode can result in acute and/or chronic pain issues. This toolkit provides resources about many pain related issues in the form of presentations (recorded webinars, videos), downloads (articles, documents) and links to other resources.

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Women with Bleeding Disorders

Women can and do have bleeding disorders. Despite long-standing misconceptions about bleeding disorders in women, women’s voices and experiences are now being taken more seriously. Learn about symptoms and types of bleeding disorders, as well as resources specifically for women.

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Men with Bleeding Disorders

Men can and do have bleeding disorders. Despite long-standing misconceptions about bleeding disorders in men, men’s voices and experiences are…

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Gene Therapy

Latest News in Gene Therapy An Update on Gene Therapy for Hemophilia Answers to common questions about this potentially game-changing…

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COVID-19: Coronavirus Information and Resources

Below are some of the best resources and websites available for information about COVID-19. National Centers for Disease Control World…

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