Vector Biology and Hemophilia Gene Therapy the Focus of Review

Vector Biology and Hemophilia Gene Therapy the Focus of Review

A new review article, “The Intersection of Vector Biology, Gene Therapy, and Hemophilia,” was published recently in the journal Research Practice in Thrombosis & Haemostasis (RPTH). It provides a comprehensive overview of the scientific underpinnings of several...
Finally, And Thank You! (Stimate Update)

Finally, And Thank You! (Stimate Update)

by Joe Pugliese | President and CEO, Hemophilia Alliance September 2021 Hemophilia Alliance Newsletter A little more than a year after the worldwide recall of Stimate, there is cGMP manufactured DDAVP NS available in the USA. The product is being produced and...
Health Insurance Marketplace Updates

Health Insurance Marketplace Updates

When can I enroll in 2022 Marketplace coverage? Open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) health insurance marketplace is November 1, 2021 – January 15, 2022. Enroll by December 15, 2021 for coverage that starts January 1, 2022.   Looking for coverage for...
Community Member Spotlight

Community Member Spotlight

COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT VHF Community member Brandon Nowlan signed a national letter of intent with ODU Old Dominion University Athletics men’s basketball this past week, joining the squad for the 2021-2022 season. The ODU Monarchs learned that Brandon has...
Unite Walk Mission Moment

Unite Walk Mission Moment

We are three weeks away away from our 2021 VHF Unite for Bleeding Disorders Virtual Walk and we need your help to build unity with our community! Why does the Smith Family walk? “My husband Don has hemophilia. While I had heard the word prior to meeting him, I...
Unite Walk – Important Announcement!

Unite Walk – Important Announcement!

We have made the difficult decision to move the VHF Unite for Bleeding Disorders Walk to a virtual only opportunity. Given current COVID-19 transmission rates in Virginia and CDC and VDH guidance regarding the risk of in-person events VHF has decided to shift this...