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Project Red Flag: Real Talk About Women’s Bleeding Disorders

Project Red Flag is the National Hemophilia Foundation’s (NHF) public awareness campaign to reach the more than two and a half million women nationwide with undiagnosed bleeding disorders. The campaign will educate women and their healthcare providers about the symptoms of bleeding disorders, especially von Willebrand disease (VWD), and encourage proper diagnosis and treatment.

NHF has developed many resources that are available on this Web site as part of the Project Red Flag (PRF) campaign. PRF resources have been designed to help chapters, associations, hemophilia treatment centers and consumers raise awareness of women’s bleeding disorders in their local communities.

To learn how to get involved in the Project Red Flag campaign contact Anna DeSimone, Manager of Project Red Flag (212) 328-3705 or adesimone@hemophilia.org. To obtain any materials, you can contact HANDI, NHF’s information service at (800) 42-HANDI or handi@hemophilia.org.

 

 

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