Today is World Haemophilia Day, which aims to ensure better diagnosis and access to care for those with the rare blood disorder.
According to Haemophilia Foundation Australia (HFA), there are more than 2,800 Australians with the inherited condition, which impairs the body’s ability to control blood clotting. Without the proper treatment, Haemophilia can be life threatening.
Below are some fast facts from Changing Possibilities in Haemophilia®:
For more information about World Haemophilia Day, click here.
Real Story about Haemophilia
One of our Mouths of Mums members has shared her story about the diagnosis of her son with Haemophilia.
To read her story, and show your support, click here.