SERVING THE BLEEDING DISORDERS COMMUNITY

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What are Bleeding Disorders?

Bleeding disorders are...

A group of inherited conditions that result when the blood does not clot properly due to a missing or defective protein or cell in one’s blood. Individuals affected by bleeding disorders may experience easy bruising, prolonged nosebleeds, heavy menstrual bleeding, and prolonged and spontaneous bleeding into joints, muscles, and organs. Prolonged bleeding may also occur following surgery or injury.

HOW CAN WE HELP?

HFM was founded in 1956 and is the only chapter in the state of Michigan serving the bleeding disorders community. Our mission is to enhance the quality of life for all affected by hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, other coagulation disorders, and related complications including HIV/AIDS and hepatitis.

EDUCATION

Providing education at events, workshops, and programs

COMMUNITY CONNECTION

Creating opportunities to find support in one another

ADVOCACY

Standing up for the needs of our community

SUPPORT

Helping when you need a hand

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Promoting independence and leadership in children 6-18+

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DEC 9, 2020

Dinner Talk: Building Connections: Seeking Support In a Time of Social Distance

Join us on December 9 at 6p for the Dinner Talk: Building Connections, Seeking Support in a Time of Social Distance. Sponsored by: View Invitation Here …

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DEC 12, 2020

End of the Year Gathering

Santa knows that the spirit of the season is not a place. It lies within each of us! Join us via zoom to celebrate that …

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DEC 16, 2020

Copay Accumulator Reform in MI

Join us for an update from HFM’s Advocacy Director on the copay accumulator legislation in Michigan, HB 5944. Learn how HFM and patient organizations have …

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