Global Summit on women & girls

with inherited bleeding disorders

This first ever WFH Global summit on women and girls with inherited bleeding disorders will bring together women with different bleeding disorders, patient representatives, supporters, and healthcare professionals from around the world to exchange on the realities of care and treatment around the world for these patients.

During this two-day virtual meeting, the global bleeding disorder community will be able to learn and hear about women's experiences with diagnosis and management, how women are advocating for better care, and the ways they are getting their voices heard.

For more information on the WFH's work on women and girls with bleeding disorders, please contact ldurante@wfh.org.

 

November 19, 2020 and November 20, 2020

 

 


Join Us


 

Click on the videos to hear invitations to join from members of
the Women with inherited bleeding disorders committee of the WFH

 

 

Dawn Rotellini

The first-ever WFH Global Summit on Women and Girls with Inherited Bleeding Disorders will be held on November 19 and 20! Join us for this important two-day virtual event to learn and hear about...
 

 

Anupama Pattiyeri

For years, women and girls with inherited bleeding disorders (WGIBD) have been underserved and often felt invisible. Join us for the first-ever WFH Global Summit that focuses on the realities of care...
 

 

 

 


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Support our work

We believe that where you live should not determine your access to care.

Bleeding disorders do not discriminate—they affect individuals and families everywhere. Left untreated, bleeding disorders can lead to debilitating injury and can even become life-threatening.

Through our global network of national member organizations (NMOs), we work to ensure that every person—including those living with hemophilia and von Willebrand disease, those with rare factor deficiencies and women with bleeding disorders—is accurately diagnosed and properly treated.

The reality is that many of those affected still receive inadequate care or no treatment at all.

You can partner with us to change that.

Please take action to support the global bleeding disorders community during this crisis and to continue working towards Treatment for All.