Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has many resources for people with hemophilia and health care professionals who provide treatment. For example, the centers offer educational information, printable informational materials, webinar recordings and community data.
National Bleeding Disorders Foundation
The National Bleeding Disorders Foundation offers educational resources, advocacy information, research project information, information for health care professionals and community resources.
Hemophilia Federation of America
The Hemophilia Federation of America provides educational resources and financial assistance to people diagnosed with bleeding disorders and their families. They also share community events and news articles, and publish a yearly guide for emerging therapies and current products for treatments.
Texas Central Bleeding Disorders
The Texas Central Bleeding Disorders is a not-for-profit corporation that supports research as well as patient, public and professional education throughout North Texas. It also provides patient and community-based services.
Lone Star Bleeding Disorders Foundation
The Lone Star Bleeding Disorders Foundation provides information and resources for individuals in Texas with hemophilia and other bleeding disorders. The foundation shares information about a variety of resources and events.
Medscape Drug Database
Medscape has information about clinical advances in hemophilia and other resources. It offers continuing education credits for physicians, nurses, dentists and pharmacists. Registration information is available on its website.