In this plenary from the WFH 2020 Virtual Summit, Kate Khair, Michelle Lavin, Rezan Abdul-Kadir & Jameela Sathar will address women’s long-term health issues and improve screening, as well as answer any questions from the virtual audience. This plenary has a special emphasis on women and those who care for them, and aims to identify […]
In this session from the WFH 2020 Virtual Summit, Rezan Abdul-Kadir, Roshni Kulkarni, Michelle Lavin, Robert Sidonio and Tahira Zafar highlight the challenges women and girls experience in getting proper diagnosis, care, and treatment for their bleeding disorder. The speakers will address key issues such as reproductive challenges, diagnostic dilemmas, and treatment options for heavy […]
In this session from the WFH 2020 Virtual Summit, Andra James, Mandy Yap, Mario von Depka Prondzinski, Lubna Zafar, Robert Sidonio and Roseline d’Oiron discuss: “The clinical usefulness of elongated platelet function analysis in characterizing Bleeding of Unknown Cause (BUC)” “Angiogenic alterations in VWD as a possible cause of epistaxis” “The menace of menorrhagia in […]
In the Tuesday morning session entitled Women With Bleeding Disorders: Clinical and Psychological Issues, Claire McLintock discussed the effect misinformation and taboos around menstruation can have on the life of women with bleeding disorders.
In the Wednesday morning session on rare and ultra-rare bleeding disorders, Philippe de Moerloose disscusses the issues of congenital fibrinogen disorders.
In the Wednesday morning session on rare and ultra-rare bleeding disorders, Diane Nugent presents work on FXIII deficiency.
In the Tuesday morning multidisciplinary plenary, Michelle Sholzberg explains the particular issues of excessive bleeding in women.