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  • Facts and Figures - Canadian Hemophilia Society
    factor concentrates Women Inherited bleeding disorders affecting women Symptoms Diagnosis Inheritance Medical treatment options for menorrhagia and other symptoms Gynaecological treatment options for menorrhagia Precautions for pregnant women Staying healthy Bleeding disorder treatment centres Educational resources Stories from women and girls who bleed too much About the CHS Support and Education Passport to well being Destination fitness Home care The road to independence Roadmap for managing pain Navigating the emergency department Bon Voyage Travelling with a bleeding disorder Charting Your Course PEP Parents Empowering Parents program Vocational assessment tool Career planning and scholarship links Scholarship Program Federal and Provincial Support Programs Insurance coverage Educational Material Printed documents Bleeding disorders in women Carriers of hemophilia A or B Hemophilia Hepatitis C HIV Inhibitors Physical activity and sports Platelet function disorders Rare factor deficiencies Relevant to all bleeding disorders Resources for children Von Willebrand disease Videos Care and Treatment Emergency Care Pain Management Nursing Physiotherapy Introduction Constitution of the Canadian Physiotherapists in Hemophilia Care CPHC Standards of Physiotherapy Care and Assessment Selected Journal Articles Educational material Bibliography Other resources Social Work Community Partners and Links Practice Guidelines Mission Services Interventions Standards of Practice Comprehensive Care Standards Safe Secure Blood Supply Products in the pipeline CHS Policy on Paid Plasma Donations Report Cards on Canada s Blood System 2008 2010 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 2005 2007 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 2003 2004 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 2002 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 1999 Report Card on Canada s Blood System Inhibitor rates related to treatment product in previously untreated patients Statement from the WFH variant Creutzfeldt Jakob disease vCJD CHS position on donor deferrals CHS position on HIV O deferral in Africa Hemophilia Research Million Dollar Club Research CHS Dream of a Cure Research Program General Criteria General Conditions Application Forms Summer Studentships in Inherited Bleeding Disorders Research CHS Research Grants for 2014 CHS Research Grants for 2013 CHS Research Grants for 2012 CHS Research Grants for 2011 CHS Research Grants for 2010 CHS Research Grants for 2009 CHS Research Grants for 2008 CHS Research Grants for 2007 CHS Research Grants for 2006 CHS Research Grants for 2005 The CHS Pfizer Care Until Cure Research Program General Criteria General Conditions Application Form Research Projects Funded in 2014 Research Projects Funded in 2013 Research Projects Funded in 2012 Research Projects Funded in 2011 Research Projects Funded in 2010 Research Projects Funded in 2009 Research Projects Funded in 2008 Research Projects Funded in 2007 Research Projects Funded in 2006 Research Projects Funded in 2005 CHS Novo Nordisk Psychosocial Research Program General Criteria General Conditions Application form Research Project Funded in 2014 Hemostasis Fellowship Program General Criteria General Conditions Application form Research Project Funded in 2014 Research Project Funded in 2013 Research Project Funded in 2012 Research Project Funded in 2011 Research Project Funded in 2010 Research Project Funded in 2009 Research Project Funded in 2008 Research Project Funded in 2007 Research Project Funded in

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  • Pressing Needs to be Addressed - Canadian Hemophilia Society
    Travelling Medical Identification Final word Where to get more information Hemophilia Bleeding Disorder Treatment Centres Glossary Bibliography Other factor deficiencies Factor I deficiency Fibrinogen deficiency Factor II deficiency Prothrombin deficiency Factor V deficiency Combined factor V and factor VIII deficiency Factor VII deficiency Factor X deficiency Factor XI deficiency Hemophilia C Factor XII deficiency Factor XIII deficiency Summary Chart Platelet function disorders Introduction Symptoms of platelet function disorders Diagnosis of platelet function disorders Types of platelet function disorders Treatment of platelet function disorders Precautions PDF documents Clotting factor concentrates Women Inherited bleeding disorders affecting women Symptoms Diagnosis Inheritance Medical treatment options for menorrhagia and other symptoms Gynaecological treatment options for menorrhagia Precautions for pregnant women Staying healthy Bleeding disorder treatment centres Educational resources Stories from women and girls who bleed too much About the CHS Support and Education Passport to well being Destination fitness Home care The road to independence Roadmap for managing pain Navigating the emergency department Bon Voyage Travelling with a bleeding disorder Charting Your Course PEP Parents Empowering Parents program Vocational assessment tool Career planning and scholarship links Scholarship Program Federal and Provincial Support Programs Insurance coverage Educational Material Printed documents Bleeding disorders in women Carriers of hemophilia A or B Hemophilia Hepatitis C HIV Inhibitors Physical activity and sports Platelet function disorders Rare factor deficiencies Relevant to all bleeding disorders Resources for children Von Willebrand disease Videos Care and Treatment Emergency Care Pain Management Nursing Physiotherapy Introduction Constitution of the Canadian Physiotherapists in Hemophilia Care CPHC Standards of Physiotherapy Care and Assessment Selected Journal Articles Educational material Bibliography Other resources Social Work Community Partners and Links Practice Guidelines Mission Services Interventions Standards of Practice Comprehensive Care Standards Safe Secure Blood Supply Products in the pipeline CHS Policy on Paid Plasma Donations Report Cards on Canada s Blood System 2008 2010 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 2005 2007 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 2003 2004 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 2002 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 1999 Report Card on Canada s Blood System Inhibitor rates related to treatment product in previously untreated patients Statement from the WFH variant Creutzfeldt Jakob disease vCJD CHS position on donor deferrals CHS position on HIV O deferral in Africa Hemophilia Research Million Dollar Club Research CHS Dream of a Cure Research Program General Criteria General Conditions Application Forms Summer Studentships in Inherited Bleeding Disorders Research CHS Research Grants for 2014 CHS Research Grants for 2013 CHS Research Grants for 2012 CHS Research Grants for 2011 CHS Research Grants for 2010 CHS Research Grants for 2009 CHS Research Grants for 2008 CHS Research Grants for 2007 CHS Research Grants for 2006 CHS Research Grants for 2005 The CHS Pfizer Care Until Cure Research Program General Criteria General Conditions Application Form Research Projects Funded in 2014 Research Projects Funded in 2013 Research Projects Funded in 2012 Research Projects Funded in 2011 Research Projects Funded in 2010 Research Projects Funded in 2009 Research Projects Funded

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  • How We Are Addressing These Needs - Canadian Hemophilia Society
    2010 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 2005 2007 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 2003 2004 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 2002 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 1999 Report Card on Canada s Blood System Inhibitor rates related to treatment product in previously untreated patients Statement from the WFH variant Creutzfeldt Jakob disease vCJD CHS position on donor deferrals CHS position on HIV O deferral in Africa Hemophilia Research Million Dollar Club Research CHS Dream of a Cure Research Program General Criteria General Conditions Application Forms Summer Studentships in Inherited Bleeding Disorders Research CHS Research Grants for 2014 CHS Research Grants for 2013 CHS Research Grants for 2012 CHS Research Grants for 2011 CHS Research Grants for 2010 CHS Research Grants for 2009 CHS Research Grants for 2008 CHS Research Grants for 2007 CHS Research Grants for 2006 CHS Research Grants for 2005 The CHS Pfizer Care Until Cure Research Program General Criteria General Conditions Application Form Research Projects Funded in 2014 Research Projects Funded in 2013 Research Projects Funded in 2012 Research Projects Funded in 2011 Research Projects Funded in 2010 Research Projects Funded in 2009 Research Projects Funded in 2008 Research Projects Funded in 2007 Research Projects Funded in 2006 Research Projects Funded in 2005 CHS Novo Nordisk Psychosocial Research Program General Criteria General Conditions Application form Research Project Funded in 2014 Hemostasis Fellowship Program General Criteria General Conditions Application form Research Project Funded in 2014 Research Project Funded in 2013 Research Project Funded in 2012 Research Project Funded in 2011 Research Project Funded in 2010 Research Project Funded in 2009 Research Project Funded in 2008 Research Project Funded in 2007 Research Project Funded in 2006 Research Project Funded in 2005 CHS Baxter Fellowship Program General Criteria General Conditions Application Form Research Projects Funded in 2014 Research Project Funded in 2013 Opportunities to participate in research Opportunities to participate in marketing research studies International Development Karttik Shah Youth Fellowship International Twinning Projects Canadian Centre Twins Hemophilia Treatment Centre partnerships ended recently Canadian Hemophilia Society International Projects Fund Canadian Organizational Twins Recently closed twinning partnerships Treatment Centres British Columbia Alberta Saskatchewan Manitoba Ontario Quebec New Brunswick Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia Newfoundland and Labrador HCV HIV Hepatitis C and HIV Compensation I am a survivor HCV treatment support for 1986 1990 claimants National Endowment Fund Scholarship University of Ottawa Criminalization of HIV Non Disclosure HIV Know your rights US travel ban lifted World Hepatitis Day Recommendations for a Canadian Hepatitis C Strategy 2005 Hepatitis C An information booklet Alternative therapies Diagnosis Final Thoughts Getting treatment Healthy Lifestyle Hepatitis C Introduction Hepatitis C and HIV Co infection Psychosocial Aspects Standards of Care Symptoms Treatment Options for Hepatitis C Liver transplantation Youth Web About Us News Feed To Contact Us Commemoration of the Tainted Blood Tragedy Tree of Life Commemorations Canadian Blood Services November 26 2007 Héma Québec October 9 2008 CHS Newfounland Labrador Chapter Commemoration 2008 2009 Hemophilia Saskatchewan Commemoration 2009 CHS British Columbia Chapter Commemoration 2009 CHS Prince Edward Island Chapter Commemoration 2009 Hemophilia Ontario Commemoration 2009 Hemophilia Ontario Commemoration 2010 CHS Manitoba Chapter Commemoration 2010 Hemophilia Ontario Commemoration 2011 New Brunswick Chapter Commemoration 2012 Hemophilia Ontario Commemoration 2012 Hemophilia Saskatchewan Commemoration 2012 Hemophilia Saskatchewan Commemoration 2103 Hemophilia Ontario Commemoration 2013 Hemophilia Alberta Commemoration 2014 Media Room Press releases 2009 2011 Press releases 2006 2008 Search Français Our Partners How We Are Addressing These Needs The development of standards of care Expansion of our research work Training of health care professionals CHS Website Passport to Well Being Step by Step Program for Parents ER Program Blood safety and supply vigilance International twinning Women with bleeding disorders Support for families Educational activities Student scholarships and bursaries Summer Camps HIV HCV co infection The Network of Rare Blood Disorder Organizations The development of standards of care In collaboration with the Association of Hemophilia Clinic Directors of Canada and the multi disciplinary teams of health care professionals from bleeding disorder treatment centres the CHS is helping to develop standards of care These will lead to a peer review accreditation process for the 25 centres in Canada Expansion of our research work The CHS currently funds both clinical research to improve care and basic research aimed at finding a cure We also fund research fellowships and studentships These programs need to be expanded to attract more young physicians and scientists into the field of hemostasis to improve care and ultimately find a cure Research into coagulation will contribute to knowledge in the related field of thrombosis heart disease and stroke Training of health care professionals It is critical that health care professionals from three key fields in the delivery of comprehensive care nursing physiotherapy and social work meet annually to share best practices Every three years new staff from bleeding disorder treatment centres meet for intensive training These initiatives are not possible without the financial and logistical support of the CHS CHS Website The CHS operates one of the most extensive web sites on bleeding disorders in the world with over 1000 visitors a day Documents are available in both English and French Every year visitors from over 175 countries download tens of thousands of educational documents on hemophilia von Willebrand Disease platelet function disorders and rare factor deficiencies from our web site Passport to Well Being This 4 part program covers the key issues of home infusion physical activity and fitness the challenge of pain management and the importance of accurate health record keeping in the context of self care It consists of booklets electronic presentations and workshops designed to be delivered at patient meetings across the country Step by Step Program for Parents This innovative program is designed to break the isolation of families whose children have recently been diagnosed with a bleeding disorder Information Kits called First Steps Next Steps and Giant Steps gradually introduce families to educational materials and to the CHS and its programs A web site allows a parent to

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  • Testimonials - Canadian Hemophilia Society
    Funded in 2012 Research Projects Funded in 2011 Research Projects Funded in 2010 Research Projects Funded in 2009 Research Projects Funded in 2008 Research Projects Funded in 2007 Research Projects Funded in 2006 Research Projects Funded in 2005 CHS Novo Nordisk Psychosocial Research Program General Criteria General Conditions Application form Research Project Funded in 2014 Hemostasis Fellowship Program General Criteria General Conditions Application form Research Project Funded in 2014 Research Project Funded in 2013 Research Project Funded in 2012 Research Project Funded in 2011 Research Project Funded in 2010 Research Project Funded in 2009 Research Project Funded in 2008 Research Project Funded in 2007 Research Project Funded in 2006 Research Project Funded in 2005 CHS Baxter Fellowship Program General Criteria General Conditions Application Form Research Projects Funded in 2014 Research Project Funded in 2013 Opportunities to participate in research Opportunities to participate in marketing research studies International Development Karttik Shah Youth Fellowship International Twinning Projects Canadian Centre Twins Hemophilia Treatment Centre partnerships ended recently Canadian Hemophilia Society International Projects Fund Canadian Organizational Twins Recently closed twinning partnerships Treatment Centres British Columbia Alberta Saskatchewan Manitoba Ontario Quebec New Brunswick Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia Newfoundland and Labrador HCV HIV Hepatitis C and HIV Compensation I am a survivor HCV treatment support for 1986 1990 claimants National Endowment Fund Scholarship University of Ottawa Criminalization of HIV Non Disclosure HIV Know your rights US travel ban lifted World Hepatitis Day Recommendations for a Canadian Hepatitis C Strategy 2005 Hepatitis C An information booklet Alternative therapies Diagnosis Final Thoughts Getting treatment Healthy Lifestyle Hepatitis C Introduction Hepatitis C and HIV Co infection Psychosocial Aspects Standards of Care Symptoms Treatment Options for Hepatitis C Liver transplantation Youth Web About Us News Feed To Contact Us Commemoration of the Tainted Blood Tragedy Tree of Life Commemorations Canadian Blood Services November 26 2007 Héma Québec October 9 2008 CHS Newfounland Labrador Chapter Commemoration 2008 2009 Hemophilia Saskatchewan Commemoration 2009 CHS British Columbia Chapter Commemoration 2009 CHS Prince Edward Island Chapter Commemoration 2009 Hemophilia Ontario Commemoration 2009 Hemophilia Ontario Commemoration 2010 CHS Manitoba Chapter Commemoration 2010 Hemophilia Ontario Commemoration 2011 New Brunswick Chapter Commemoration 2012 Hemophilia Ontario Commemoration 2012 Hemophilia Saskatchewan Commemoration 2012 Hemophilia Saskatchewan Commemoration 2103 Hemophilia Ontario Commemoration 2013 Hemophilia Alberta Commemoration 2014 Media Room Press releases 2009 2011 Press releases 2006 2008 Search Français Our Partners Testimonials I have a defect in one of my genes My blood is missing a tiny protein called factor 8 Like other boys with hemophilia my blood doesn t clot normally I don t bleed a lot from cuts but I do bleed into joints especially knees ankles and elbows That s why I can t play hockey like Mario Lemieux my hero I go to school and summer camp like other kids my age and get lots of exercise Maybe one day if a cure is found I ll even be able to play rough sports Am I ever happy I was born in 1993 and not in the 1950s I receive my factor 8 infusion three times a week to protect me from having bleeds Two years ago I learned to inject the factor VIII into one of my veins myself A 13 year old boy with hemophilia A Von Willebrand Disease is my constant companion I have worried about it most of my life although I never even knew the name of the disease or that I had it until a few years ago I lived under a cloud of fear When I was three my six year old brother hemorrhaged to death following a tonsillectomy The family knew how he d died but not why When giving this family history to doctors there were two responses That was so long ago it doesn t matter or Silence This cloud of fear stayed with me as I grew up What about my children grandchildren and others close to me Would the same thing happen to one of them If so would the doctors be able to stop the bleeding or would the unthinkable happen When my children or grandchildren had their tonsils out the fear was unbearable Unfortunately I passed my fear onto my children Once I was diagnosed and knew I could get treatment my fear lifted I knew help was available A grandmother with von Willebrand Disease Bleeding and arthritis in my joints are not my only health problems Like many hemophiliacs I was infected with hepatitis C from blood products I contemplated treatment for years but with school and work there was just never time Two and a half years into my job in the video game industry I decided to begin treatment I knew that there was a risk that I would miss a lot of time from work but it was something I knew I had to do I talked it over with my boss and he said to go ahead and take as much time as I needed I finished my 48 week hepatitis C treatment in October 2005 and never missed a single day of work because of it This was no small feat as jobs like mine are notorious for long hours It s not unusual for us to work 12 to 16 hour days for weeks at a time I won t know for sure for a few more months if the treatment was successful but so far so good It was not without side effects but I do not regret the decision A 25 year old man with hemophilia and hepatitis C I m twelve years old and have suffered from factor XIII deficiency since I was born I had a lot of bruising and once I had cerebral hemorrhaging I also have bleeding into my joints When I was five the doctors discovered that I had a factor XIII inhibitor My body was destroying the factor XIII every time it was injected At first I was given big doses of chemotherapy in the hope of

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  • To Support Us - Canadian Hemophilia Society
    An Introduction to von Willebrand disease Types of von Willebrand disease Heredity of von Willebrand disease Symptoms of von Willebrand disease Diagnosis of von Willebrand disease Treatment options for von Willebrand disease Introduction Recommended Treatments for Men and Women Not Recommended Treatments Recommended Treatments for Women with Gynecological Complications Living with von Willebrand disease Comprehensive care Safety of Blood Products Nose bleeds Conception Pregnancy and Childbirth Medication to Be Avoided Exercise Fitness and Sports Child Care and Schooling Employment Insurance Travelling Medical Identification Final word Where to get more information Hemophilia Bleeding Disorder Treatment Centres Glossary Bibliography Other factor deficiencies Factor I deficiency Fibrinogen deficiency Factor II deficiency Prothrombin deficiency Factor V deficiency Combined factor V and factor VIII deficiency Factor VII deficiency Factor X deficiency Factor XI deficiency Hemophilia C Factor XII deficiency Factor XIII deficiency Summary Chart Platelet function disorders Introduction Symptoms of platelet function disorders Diagnosis of platelet function disorders Types of platelet function disorders Treatment of platelet function disorders Precautions PDF documents Clotting factor concentrates Women Inherited bleeding disorders affecting women Symptoms Diagnosis Inheritance Medical treatment options for menorrhagia and other symptoms Gynaecological treatment options for menorrhagia Precautions for pregnant women Staying healthy Bleeding disorder treatment centres Educational resources Stories from women and girls who bleed too much About the CHS Support and Education Passport to well being Destination fitness Home care The road to independence Roadmap for managing pain Navigating the emergency department Bon Voyage Travelling with a bleeding disorder Charting Your Course PEP Parents Empowering Parents program Vocational assessment tool Career planning and scholarship links Scholarship Program Federal and Provincial Support Programs Insurance coverage Educational Material Printed documents Bleeding disorders in women Carriers of hemophilia A or B Hemophilia Hepatitis C HIV Inhibitors Physical activity and sports Platelet function disorders Rare factor deficiencies Relevant to all bleeding disorders Resources for children Von Willebrand disease Videos Care and Treatment Emergency Care Pain Management Nursing Physiotherapy Introduction Constitution of the Canadian Physiotherapists in Hemophilia Care CPHC Standards of Physiotherapy Care and Assessment Selected Journal Articles Educational material Bibliography Other resources Social Work Community Partners and Links Practice Guidelines Mission Services Interventions Standards of Practice Comprehensive Care Standards Safe Secure Blood Supply Products in the pipeline CHS Policy on Paid Plasma Donations Report Cards on Canada s Blood System 2008 2010 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 2005 2007 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 2003 2004 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 2002 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 1999 Report Card on Canada s Blood System Inhibitor rates related to treatment product in previously untreated patients Statement from the WFH variant Creutzfeldt Jakob disease vCJD CHS position on donor deferrals CHS position on HIV O deferral in Africa Hemophilia Research Million Dollar Club Research CHS Dream of a Cure Research Program General Criteria General Conditions Application Forms Summer Studentships in Inherited Bleeding Disorders Research CHS Research Grants for 2014 CHS Research Grants for 2013 CHS Research Grants for 2012 CHS Research

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  • Ways to Give - Canadian Hemophilia Society
    Comprehensive care Safety of Blood Products Nose bleeds Conception Pregnancy and Childbirth Medication to Be Avoided Exercise Fitness and Sports Child Care and Schooling Employment Insurance Travelling Medical Identification Final word Where to get more information Hemophilia Bleeding Disorder Treatment Centres Glossary Bibliography Other factor deficiencies Factor I deficiency Fibrinogen deficiency Factor II deficiency Prothrombin deficiency Factor V deficiency Combined factor V and factor VIII deficiency Factor VII deficiency Factor X deficiency Factor XI deficiency Hemophilia C Factor XII deficiency Factor XIII deficiency Summary Chart Platelet function disorders Introduction Symptoms of platelet function disorders Diagnosis of platelet function disorders Types of platelet function disorders Treatment of platelet function disorders Precautions PDF documents Clotting factor concentrates Women Inherited bleeding disorders affecting women Symptoms Diagnosis Inheritance Medical treatment options for menorrhagia and other symptoms Gynaecological treatment options for menorrhagia Precautions for pregnant women Staying healthy Bleeding disorder treatment centres Educational resources Stories from women and girls who bleed too much About the CHS Support and Education Passport to well being Destination fitness Home care The road to independence Roadmap for managing pain Navigating the emergency department Bon Voyage Travelling with a bleeding disorder Charting Your Course PEP Parents Empowering Parents program Vocational assessment tool Career planning and scholarship links Scholarship Program Federal and Provincial Support Programs Insurance coverage Educational Material Printed documents Bleeding disorders in women Carriers of hemophilia A or B Hemophilia Hepatitis C HIV Inhibitors Physical activity and sports Platelet function disorders Rare factor deficiencies Relevant to all bleeding disorders Resources for children Von Willebrand disease Videos Care and Treatment Emergency Care Pain Management Nursing Physiotherapy Introduction Constitution of the Canadian Physiotherapists in Hemophilia Care CPHC Standards of Physiotherapy Care and Assessment Selected Journal Articles Educational material Bibliography Other resources Social Work Community Partners and Links Practice Guidelines Mission Services Interventions Standards of Practice Comprehensive Care Standards Safe Secure Blood Supply Products in the pipeline CHS Policy on Paid Plasma Donations Report Cards on Canada s Blood System 2008 2010 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 2005 2007 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 2003 2004 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 2002 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 1999 Report Card on Canada s Blood System Inhibitor rates related to treatment product in previously untreated patients Statement from the WFH variant Creutzfeldt Jakob disease vCJD CHS position on donor deferrals CHS position on HIV O deferral in Africa Hemophilia Research Million Dollar Club Research CHS Dream of a Cure Research Program General Criteria General Conditions Application Forms Summer Studentships in Inherited Bleeding Disorders Research CHS Research Grants for 2014 CHS Research Grants for 2013 CHS Research Grants for 2012 CHS Research Grants for 2011 CHS Research Grants for 2010 CHS Research Grants for 2009 CHS Research Grants for 2008 CHS Research Grants for 2007 CHS Research Grants for 2006 CHS Research Grants for 2005 The CHS Pfizer Care Until Cure Research Program General Criteria General Conditions Application Form Research Projects Funded in 2014 Research Projects

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  • Donation In Memory / In Recognition - Canadian Hemophilia Society
    Recommended Treatments for Women with Gynecological Complications Living with von Willebrand disease Comprehensive care Safety of Blood Products Nose bleeds Conception Pregnancy and Childbirth Medication to Be Avoided Exercise Fitness and Sports Child Care and Schooling Employment Insurance Travelling Medical Identification Final word Where to get more information Hemophilia Bleeding Disorder Treatment Centres Glossary Bibliography Other factor deficiencies Factor I deficiency Fibrinogen deficiency Factor II deficiency Prothrombin deficiency Factor V deficiency Combined factor V and factor VIII deficiency Factor VII deficiency Factor X deficiency Factor XI deficiency Hemophilia C Factor XII deficiency Factor XIII deficiency Summary Chart Platelet function disorders Introduction Symptoms of platelet function disorders Diagnosis of platelet function disorders Types of platelet function disorders Treatment of platelet function disorders Precautions PDF documents Clotting factor concentrates Women Inherited bleeding disorders affecting women Symptoms Diagnosis Inheritance Medical treatment options for menorrhagia and other symptoms Gynaecological treatment options for menorrhagia Precautions for pregnant women Staying healthy Bleeding disorder treatment centres Educational resources Stories from women and girls who bleed too much About the CHS Support and Education Passport to well being Destination fitness Home care The road to independence Roadmap for managing pain Navigating the emergency department Bon Voyage Travelling with a bleeding disorder Charting Your Course PEP Parents Empowering Parents program Vocational assessment tool Career planning and scholarship links Scholarship Program Federal and Provincial Support Programs Insurance coverage Educational Material Printed documents Bleeding disorders in women Carriers of hemophilia A or B Hemophilia Hepatitis C HIV Inhibitors Physical activity and sports Platelet function disorders Rare factor deficiencies Relevant to all bleeding disorders Resources for children Von Willebrand disease Videos Care and Treatment Emergency Care Pain Management Nursing Physiotherapy Introduction Constitution of the Canadian Physiotherapists in Hemophilia Care CPHC Standards of Physiotherapy Care and Assessment Selected Journal Articles Educational material Bibliography Other resources Social Work Community Partners and Links Practice Guidelines Mission Services Interventions Standards of Practice Comprehensive Care Standards Safe Secure Blood Supply Products in the pipeline CHS Policy on Paid Plasma Donations Report Cards on Canada s Blood System 2008 2010 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 2005 2007 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 2003 2004 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 2002 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 1999 Report Card on Canada s Blood System Inhibitor rates related to treatment product in previously untreated patients Statement from the WFH variant Creutzfeldt Jakob disease vCJD CHS position on donor deferrals CHS position on HIV O deferral in Africa Hemophilia Research Million Dollar Club Research CHS Dream of a Cure Research Program General Criteria General Conditions Application Forms Summer Studentships in Inherited Bleeding Disorders Research CHS Research Grants for 2014 CHS Research Grants for 2013 CHS Research Grants for 2012 CHS Research Grants for 2011 CHS Research Grants for 2010 CHS Research Grants for 2009 CHS Research Grants for 2008 CHS Research Grants for 2007 CHS Research Grants for 2006 CHS Research Grants for 2005 The CHS Pfizer Care Until Cure Research Program General

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  • Monthly Giving Program - Canadian Hemophilia Society
    for Men and Women Not Recommended Treatments Recommended Treatments for Women with Gynecological Complications Living with von Willebrand disease Comprehensive care Safety of Blood Products Nose bleeds Conception Pregnancy and Childbirth Medication to Be Avoided Exercise Fitness and Sports Child Care and Schooling Employment Insurance Travelling Medical Identification Final word Where to get more information Hemophilia Bleeding Disorder Treatment Centres Glossary Bibliography Other factor deficiencies Factor I deficiency Fibrinogen deficiency Factor II deficiency Prothrombin deficiency Factor V deficiency Combined factor V and factor VIII deficiency Factor VII deficiency Factor X deficiency Factor XI deficiency Hemophilia C Factor XII deficiency Factor XIII deficiency Summary Chart Platelet function disorders Introduction Symptoms of platelet function disorders Diagnosis of platelet function disorders Types of platelet function disorders Treatment of platelet function disorders Precautions PDF documents Clotting factor concentrates Women Inherited bleeding disorders affecting women Symptoms Diagnosis Inheritance Medical treatment options for menorrhagia and other symptoms Gynaecological treatment options for menorrhagia Precautions for pregnant women Staying healthy Bleeding disorder treatment centres Educational resources Stories from women and girls who bleed too much About the CHS Support and Education Passport to well being Destination fitness Home care The road to independence Roadmap for managing pain Navigating the emergency department Bon Voyage Travelling with a bleeding disorder Charting Your Course PEP Parents Empowering Parents program Vocational assessment tool Career planning and scholarship links Scholarship Program Federal and Provincial Support Programs Insurance coverage Educational Material Printed documents Bleeding disorders in women Carriers of hemophilia A or B Hemophilia Hepatitis C HIV Inhibitors Physical activity and sports Platelet function disorders Rare factor deficiencies Relevant to all bleeding disorders Resources for children Von Willebrand disease Videos Care and Treatment Emergency Care Pain Management Nursing Physiotherapy Introduction Constitution of the Canadian Physiotherapists in Hemophilia Care CPHC Standards of Physiotherapy Care and Assessment Selected Journal Articles Educational material Bibliography Other resources Social Work Community Partners and Links Practice Guidelines Mission Services Interventions Standards of Practice Comprehensive Care Standards Safe Secure Blood Supply Products in the pipeline CHS Policy on Paid Plasma Donations Report Cards on Canada s Blood System 2008 2010 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 2005 2007 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 2003 2004 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 2002 Report Card on Canada s Blood System 1999 Report Card on Canada s Blood System Inhibitor rates related to treatment product in previously untreated patients Statement from the WFH variant Creutzfeldt Jakob disease vCJD CHS position on donor deferrals CHS position on HIV O deferral in Africa Hemophilia Research Million Dollar Club Research CHS Dream of a Cure Research Program General Criteria General Conditions Application Forms Summer Studentships in Inherited Bleeding Disorders Research CHS Research Grants for 2014 CHS Research Grants for 2013 CHS Research Grants for 2012 CHS Research Grants for 2011 CHS Research Grants for 2010 CHS Research Grants for 2009 CHS Research Grants for 2008 CHS Research Grants for 2007 CHS Research Grants for 2006 CHS Research Grants for 2005 The CHS

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