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WINCHESTER – Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month Educational Dinner

March 19 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

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Come celebrate Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month with your VHF community. There will be food, education, and community building! Dinner will be provided and there is no fee to attend. This event is for VHF constituents (and their immediate family and/or household members only.) 

The topic will be: Expect the Unexpected – Prepare for Anything

Emergency room staff, including physicians, may have little experience in the management of patients with bleeding disorders because they are rare conditions. This presentation will help you avoid and prepare for a possible trip to the ER, anytime, anywhere—even when traveling or during a natural disaster.

Speaker: Morgan Cook, Community Education Specialist, Rare Disease – Hematology, Takeda

Thank you to our sponsor Takeda.

Space is limited and priority will be given to those members that live in the Shenandoah Region.

In-Person Events: Covid-19 Safety Guidance: For all in-person events VHF will follow CDC guidance for COVID-19 safety and prevention. This policy can be found here and will continue to be updated as CDC guidance changes. Please read and contact VHF with any questions or concerns at 804-740-8643 or info@vahemophilia.org.


March 19
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm


Heather Conner, VHF Assistant Director


Village Square Restaurant
103 N Loudoun St
Winchester, Virginia 22601 United States
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