I know many of you are overwhelmed with often-conflicting information on coronavirus and COVID-19. As a doctor and researcher, the health of the bleeding disorder community is my highest priority. Every Thursday, I will be sending you vetted, trusted information about the pandemic and information you can use to keep you and your family safe. This information will also be posted on the NHF website at www.hemophilia.org.
If you have specific questions about COVID-19, please send them to NHF and I will do my best to address them in the next issue.
What People With Bleeding Disorders
Should Know: Managing a Bleeding Disorder During the Pandemic
We’ve been getting a lot of questions from the community about bleeding disorders and COVID-19. Here are six things that everyone with bleeding disorders should understand about the coronavirus.
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