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HNC SOAR Educational Dinner
Women, Let’s Talk About Hemophilia
Hemophilia of North Carolina (HNC), along with Takeda, invites all women with a bleeding disorder to a SOAR Educational Dinner and Program at Mia Francesca in Raleigh. Girls age 12+ with a bleeding disorder along with their mother (or other female caregiver) are also invited and encouraged to attend.
Takeda Clinical Educator Betsy Koval, will present the Hello Talk! Women, Let’s Talk About Hemophilia. Often women and girls wonder, "am I a symptomatic carrier?" or "do I have hemophilia?" This program provides an educational format with special emphasis on the experience of women with hemophilia, and it addresses the unique set of challenges women face.
Although the topic and focus of the presentation is hemophilia, HNC invites and encourages all women affected by any bleeding disorder (including carriers, von Willebrand disease, rare factor deficiencies, and platelet disorders) to attend. We hope that you will have the opportunity to be part of the conversation and learn and share with other women in the bleeding disorders community.
Please register by Thursday, March 21, 2019. If you have any questions, contact Gillian Schultz, HNC Program Manager, at email@example.com, or by phone at 919-272-6000 or toll free at 800-990-5557.
This event is being offered free to all female HNC members age 12 and older. Priority will be given to HNC members who are not affiliated with a specialty pharmacy, home care, or pharmaceutical company that caters to the bleeding disorders community. If your group includes more than four persons, please contact the HNC office before registering.
optional: After the educational presentation is complete, attendees will have an opportunity to speak with Takeda representatives about products and services they offer to the community.
PLEASE NOTE: Information about this company's products and services is being provided as a public service only. As a non-profit advocate for the bleeding disorders community, Hemophilia of North Carolina does not endorse any treatment products, manufacturers, home care services, or individual medical providers.
SOAR programs are open to all females with bleeding disorders, including those diagnosed with von Willebrand disease, hemophilia A and B, rare factor deficiencies (such as factors V, VII, X, and XIII), platelet disorders, and carriers of any of these disorders (both symptomatic and non-symptomatic). Our mission is to improve the quality of life for girls and women so they may SOAR to their full potential.
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