Youth at the Conference

This story was originally published in National Haemophilia, No 224 December 2023.

The Melbourne Conference in August 2023 was the first time the national Conference had been held in person since the COVID-19 epidemic began. It was a great opportunity for young people with bleeding disorders to catch up with each other and hear the very latest information from the experts.

Adam, Alan and Cassie talked to HFA about their experiences.

Hi, we are Adam, Alan and Cassie and these are our thoughts about the Conference

conference presentation on sport

What did you enjoy most about the conference?

conference delegates socialising in front of the exhibition booths

What sessions did you find the most interesting and why?

Gene therapy presentation

What message would you give to other young people about the Conference?

Audience watching conference presentation

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You can read reports from the Conference in this issue of National Haemophilia.

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