Congress to feature eminent and inspirational speakers

The World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) 2018 World Congress will feature a rich medical program that will include talks by leading figures in the bleeding disorders community. The speakers will cover pioneering, cutting edge developments in care, and will come from the four corners of the globe. Participants can expect to expand their learning, get inspired by the passion of speakers, and look forward to learning about the unique viewpoints of experts who come from a variety of backgrounds.

Here are some interesting facts regarding the speakers who will be delivering current—and “can’t-miss”—talks to participants at the WFH 2018 World Congress this May.




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While every session is unique and enriching, here are four talks what are sure to spark discussions at this year’s Congress:

  • We Bleed Too: The Impact of Bleeding Disorders on Women – Claire McLintock, New Zealand
  • What can we learn from gene therapy for other inherited blood disorders – Marina Cavazzana-Calvo, France
  • How to measure outcome in hemophilia: Perspective from patient, physician and payer – Katheljin Fischer, Netherlands
  • Gene therapy: Ready for prime time? – Thierry van den Driessche, Belgium

To find out more about these speakers, be sure to read our Hemophilia World profile articles on them in the coming months. To watch talks and view other resources from the WFH 2016 World Congress in Orlando, Florida, U.S.A, please visit the WFH World Congress page on our eLearning platform.

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