The Lancet Haematology has published an editorial praising the work the World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) is doing for the global bleeding disorders community. The editorial specifically mentions the successful WFH Virtual Summit, and the 2019 WFH Annual Global Survey (AGS). Also covered is the impact made by the WFH Humanitarian Aid Program and the WFH Guidelines for the Management of Hemophilia (of which the third edition will be released soon). A strong theme in the editorial is the effort the WFH has put into raising awareness for bleeding disorders worldwide, and the importance of the data-rich resources the WFH has developed. The Lancet Haematology indicates that thanks to the data the WFH collects, researchers, health care professionals, patients and advocates have the information they need to effectively do their part to push the WFH vision of Treatment for All.
To read Bleeding disorders: making strides towards treatment for all in The Lancet Haematology, please click here.