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No matter what your life stage, this section delivers all the essential facts you need to know about bleeding disorders. Ready to devour valuable information? Dig in.
If you’re a new mom to a child with a bleeding disorder,
this is the place to take your first steps.
From camp to self-infusion to school to sports,
this step will help you explore the road to independence.
This is the age of high school, college, and getting a social life. The information here can help
you plan for the future and help you manage life transitions.
School is out. Jobs are in. From workplace to health to financial concerns,
this section can help you make the most of adulthood.
From videos to games to vital health resources,
here you’ll find the facts (and fun) to support every stage of life
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Games and Interactive Learning Tools
These games and tools were designed to test your understanding and expand your knowledge of bleeding disorders — all in a fun way, of course.
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The information you need to know to help stay safe, healthy, and happy.
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Real life. Real people. Real information. Useful videos and interviews for every stage of life.
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