WFH Global Summit on Women & Girls with Inherited Bleeding Disorders

October 23, 2020

The World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) will hold a virtual two-day Summit on November 19-20, 2020, focusing on women and girls with inherited bleeding disorders. The Summit will cover a wide range of topics including diagnosis and clinical management to the stigma and isolation that is experienced by women. The robust program is designed for patients, health care professionals, and members of WFH’s national partner organizations. There will be testimonials from women from different corners of the world sharing their realities to provide an opportunity for the bleeding disorder community to hear directly from women about the impact of their bleeding disorders. There will be 3 sessions per day, followed by a special event at the end of each day. On November 19, the closing special event will be the launch of WFH’s new Initiative on Women.   Registration is free to encourage maximum participation and accessibility to all. We hope to see you there!