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World Hemophilia day - 17th April 2022

π—ͺ𝗒π—₯π—Ÿπ—— π—›π—˜π— π—’π—£π—›π—œπ—Ÿπ—œπ—” 𝗗𝗔𝗬 17𝗧𝗛 𝗔𝗣π—₯π—œπ—Ÿ 2022 Highlights: World Hemophilia Day is celebrated on 17th of April every year It aims to generate awareness about hemophilia and other inherited bleeding disorders This year's theme is giving or getting access for all people: Partnership. Policy. Progress World Hemophilia Day is an international awareness day that celebrates the lives of those living with hemophilia and other inherited bleeding disorders. It is observed on 17th of April every year and coincides with the birthday of Frank Schnabel, the founder of the World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH), as a mark of respect for his untiring efforts in this area. Notably, he was born with severe hemophilia A. This international event is meant for enlightening and educating the public, as well as motivating policymakers, public health officials, corporates, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), scientists, and healthcare professionals to do their part to improve the lives of people suffering from hemophilia.World Hemophilia Day are being organized by WFH since 1989. The WFH is an international non-profit organization, officially recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO), for providing global leadership for improving the lives of people suffering from hemophilia and other inherited bleeding disorders, including von Willebrand disease, among others. It was established in 1963 by Frank Schnabel, with its headquarters in Montreal, Canada. It has branches across 140 countries, including India, Canada, UK, USA, and EU countries, among many others. The vision of WFH is to ensure "Treatment for All" so that everyone everywhere suffering from inherited bleeding disorders has access to appropriate quality treatment. The 2022 Theme for World Hemophilia Day This year's World Hemophilia Day theme is "Access for All: Partnership. Policy. Progress. Engaging your government, integrating inherited bleeding disorders into national policy." The term "Access for All" refers to all people of the whole world who are suffering from the disease "hemophilia." The terms "Partnership," "Policy," and "Progress" refer to their access to hospitalizations and the cost of the hospitalizations. Much like many other diseases, COVID-19 has had a huge negative impact on the lives of people suffering from hemophilia and other inherited bleeding disorders. So, this year's theme celebrates the resilience of these remarkable individuals in the face of enormous challenges. Hence, overcoming the challenges and adapting to a changing world is the essence of this year's celebrations. Need for the Government to Take Part The theme for this year is "Access for All." WFH, with the support of volunteers from around the world, does remarkable work with developing countries. WFH estimates that over 75% of people living with hemophilia worldwide have not yet been identified and diagnosed. So, they have developed the "Advocacy Toolkit" for the government to understand and react on the policies and policymakers to include the disease in their current list of diseases as the hospital expenses were usually huge for patients with the hemophilia disease. "One-pager" and "Press Release" documents must be signed by the government officials and released to the local and global press. π—§π—›π—”π—‘π—žπ—¦

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WORLD HEMOPHILIA DAY-17 TH APRIL 2022. THIS YEAR'S THEME IS GIVING OR GETTING ACCESS FOR ALL PEOPLE. POLICY, PROGRESS. WORLD HEMOPHILIA DAY ARE BEING ORGANISED BY WFH SINCE 1989. THANKS FOR SHARING SUCH A VALUABLE INFORMATION,, SIR πŸ™πŸ‘

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Decreased coaguvility due to deficiency of factor VIII. It affects longevity and quantity of life.

WORLD HEMOPHILIA. DAY WELL. DISCUSSED IN. DETAILS VERY. HELPFUL. AND INFORMATIVE. EDUCATIVE. UPDATE THANKS. SIR

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WORLD HEMOPHILIA DAY-17 TH APRIL 2022. THIS YEAR'S THEME IS GIVING OR GETTING ACCESS FOR ALL PEOPLE. POLICY, PROGRESS. WORLD HEMOPHILIA DAY ARE BEING ORGANISED BY WFH SINCE 1989. THANKS FOR SHARING SUCH A VALUABLE INFORMATION,, SIR πŸ™πŸ‘

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