Haemophilia Foundation Australia (HFA) represents the Australian bleeding disorders community. We are committed to improving treatment and care through representation and advocacy, education and the promotion of research.

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Our youth are at risk and they need your help.

Young people with haemophilia are feeling fearful, lost and alone as they struggle to make the transition to adulthood.

With your help, we can raise $26,000 to run a Youth Leadership Weekend that will give young people life-saving practical skills to cope with their condition and form supportive relationships with peers and mentors who can help keep them safe.

Please donate now so young people with haemophilia won’t have to grow up afraid and alone.

Read more about how this program will help young people with haemophilia, just like Hamish.

Facing the Future Together

For more information and registration on the 17th Australia & New Zealand Conference on haemophilia and bleeding disorders click here

Last Updated: 4th Jun 15

Haemophilia Foundation Australia

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