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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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An introduction to information on haemophilia, von Willebrand Disorder and related bleeding disorders and related information on hepatitis C and HIV.

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View All FAQs - Haemophilia Foundation Australia

An introduction to information on haemophilia, von Willebrand Disorder and related bleeding disorders and related information on hepatitis C and HIV.

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Getting It Right evaluation

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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Siblings - Factored In

Info Boys Employment Career options Preparing for work Bleeds at work - causes Who to talk to about bleeds at work Things your employer can't do Your responsibilities Disclosure - Who should I tell at work? Sources & reviewers Girls Medical Haemophilia How common is haemophilia About bleeding and bleeds What does severity mean? How is haemophilia diagnosed Signs & symptoms of haemophilia Treatment options When to treat Sources & reviewers Von Willebrand Disorder (VWD) How common is VWD How serious is VWD Types of VWD How is VWD diagnosed Symptoms of VWD Treatment for VWD Sources & reviewers Siblings Sports Sport - Where do I start? Getting ready to play sport Before starting a new sport - Ask yourself! Sources & reviewers Transition Travel Checklist for traveling alone Tips for if you hardly ever have bleeding problems Tips for if you need treatment regularly Interstate travel tips Overseas travel tips Useful travel web sites Sources & reviewers Siblings View Related Stories Q & A News And More Are you a sibling of someone with a bleeding disorder? Share your story with Factored In! Related stories Never forgotten Mon 16 Jul 2012 Hi, my name is Lauren

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Girls - Factored In

Info Boys Employment Career options Preparing for work Bleeds at work - causes Who to talk to about bleeds at work Things your employer can't do Your responsibilities Disclosure - Who should I tell at work? Sources & reviewers Girls Medical Haemophilia How common is haemophilia About bleeding and bleeds What does severity mean? How is haemophilia diagnosed Signs & symptoms of haemophilia Treatment options When to treat Sources & reviewers Von Willebrand Disorder (VWD) How common is VWD How serious is VWD Types of VWD How is VWD diagnosed Symptoms of VWD Treatment for VWD Sources & reviewers Siblings Sports Sport - Where do I start? Getting ready to play sport Before starting a new sport - Ask yourself! Sources & reviewers Transition Travel Checklist for traveling alone Tips for if you hardly ever have bleeding problems Tips for if you need treatment regularly Interstate travel tips Overseas travel tips Useful travel web sites Sources & reviewers Girls View Related Stories Q & A News And More The female factors is an HFA program just for women & girls

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An introduction to information on haemophilia, von Willebrand Disorder and related bleeding disorders and related information on hepatitis C and HIV.

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Factor VII Deficiency - Haemophilia Foundation Australia

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Hep C Resources - Haemophilia Foundation Australia

An introduction to information on haemophilia, von Willebrand Disorder and related bleeding disorders and related information on hepatitis C and HIV.

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Women with Bleeding Disorders - Haemophilia Foundation Australia

An introduction to information on haemophilia, von Willebrand Disorder and related bleeding disorders and related information on hepatitis C and HIV.

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Factor XI Deficiency - Haemophilia Foundation Australia

An introduction to information on haemophilia, von Willebrand Disorder and related bleeding disorders and related information on hepatitis C and HIV.

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