NHF Got $500K From The CDC for "Education"


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) has received a $500,000 grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to support education and outreach efforts in bleeding disorders.


The funding will "help" the NHF conduct programs for patients and healthcare providers related to inhibitor awareness, treatment for men with hemophilia, and therapies for women with bleeding disorders.


There is enough information on the internet to learn everything about hemophilia and it's FREE.


We would rather see the funding go towards developing a cure for Hemophilia and other inherited bleeding disorders.


Let's not forget that NHF and CDC have been in cahoots for years. Both organizations failed to adequetly warn the Hemophilia community about the tainted blood supply in the 1980s.

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