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Hemophilia Association of the Capital Area



In an effort to meet the different needs of the many people affected by bleeding disorders, the Hemophilia Association of the Capital Area provides: 2 bi-monthly educational newletters, educational events and materials, summer camp for children with bleeding disorders, social gatherings for affected individuals and thier families, limited finanacial assistance, venipuncture and self-infusion classes, and funding for research. Member of CHC and CFC.

Mission: The Hemophilia Association of the Capital Area works to improve the quality of life for persons and their families affected by bleeding disorders through education support and advocacy; by networking with healthcare professionals; and by increasing public awareness of bleeding disorders.
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