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Haemophilia Foundation Australia

Haemophilia Foundation Australia (HFA) is the national peak body that represents people with haemophilia, von Willebrand disease and other bleeding disorders.

HFA works with a network of State and Territory Foundations to ensure everyone with bleeding disorders in Australia has access to the world’s best practice treatment and care.

HFA is a National Member Organisation of the World Federation of Hemophilia, and participates in activities to improve access to treatment and care to people with bleeding disorders around the world.

Vision and mission

HFA’s vision is for active, independent and fulfilling lives for people in our bleeding disorders community.

HFA is committed to inspiring excellence in treatment, care and support.

How Haemophilia Foundation Australia can help

HFA supports people with bleeding disorders and their families through representation and advocacy, education, information and promotion of research.

Programs, apps and tools

Recommended links

Last reviewed: June 2020

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Mild haemophilia - Haemophilia Foundation Australia

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Double Whammy Report - Haemophilia Foundation Australia

The HFA Double Whammy Report provides evidence of the needs of the bleeding disorders community affected by hepatitis C. It includes recommendations that are being developed as part of the HFA national hepatitis C strategy. It

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Newly diagnosed - Haemophilia Foundation Australia

An introduction to haemophilia with information for parents whose child has recently been diagnosed.

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von Willebrand disease - Haemophilia Foundation Australia

Information about von Willebrand disorder or disease (VWD), how common it is, how it is passed on, inheritance and treatment.

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Factor XIII deficiency - Haemophilia Foundation Australia

A brief introduction to factor XIII deficiency, what causes it and how common it is. Includes links to more detailed high quality information.

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Getting It Right evaluation - Haemophilia Foundation Australia

HFA's hepatitis C needs assessment included an evaluation of its work on hepatitis C and bleeding disorders. The report includes personal stories.

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Telling others about hep C - Haemophilia Foundation Australia

These fact sheets look at the issues with telling others about having hepatitis C and a bleeding disorder and give some tips on how to approach disclosure in different situations.

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Combined factor V and factor VIII deficiency - Haemophilia Foundation Australia

Brief introductory information about combined factor V (5) and factor VIII (8) deficiency, with links to more detailed high quality information.

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Factor I deficiency - Haemophilia Foundation Australia

Brief introductory information about factor I (fibrinogen) deficiency, with links to more detailed high quality information.

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Factor II deficiency - Haemophilia Foundation Australia

Brief introductory information about factor II deficiency, also known as prothrombin deficiency, and links to more detailed high quality information.

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