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HFA Gene Therapy Snapshot Survey

HFA would like to understand what our community members want from their haemophilia treatments and your perspectives on gene therapy...
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UK Hepatitis C Inquiry

The report on the UK Infected Blood Inquiry investigating contaminated blood and blood products was released on 20 May 2024....
Gene therapy: Ask me anything with Dr Michiel Coppens

Gene therapy interview with Dr Michiel Coppens now available

On 14 May 2024 we were fortunate to have Dr Michiel Coppens join us at the HFA office for an...

Support Groups

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Getting Older Hub

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Youth – Factored In

Women with bleeding disorders

Find information for women and girls with bleeding disorders, including carrying the gene, haemophilia testing, VWD in females, self-advocacy and...

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Personal stories
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Acquired haemophilia – Jenny’s story

Jenny shares her story of how she discovered she had acquired haemophilia and how it was able to be successfully...
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Hopes for the Future

Claire shared her personal story as a parent of young boys with haemophilia at the 21st Australian Conference on haemophilia,...
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Growing up with Glanzmann thrombasthenia 

Elizabeth’s teenage daughter Grace has Glanzmann thrombasthenia. Elizabeth spoke with HFA about what it was like to find that your...
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Living with Glanzmann thrombasthenia 

Allison is in her mid-40s and was diagnosed with Glanzmann thrombasthenia at birth. She talked to HFA about her experiences...
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