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The Foundation monitors legislation that affects the bleeding disorders community and advocates for changes in policy when needed. We work hard to keep up to date ...
Summer Camp: The Hemophilia Foundation of Oregon began its summer camp program in 1970, and today over 50 youngsters from Oregon and SW Washington regularly attend ...
HFO works hard to provide opportunities for peer support and education in a small group setting where families and individuals with bleeding disorders can come ...
The Hemophilia Foundation of Oregon enhances the quality of life for individuals with bleeding disorders and their families through advocacy, assistance, outreach, education and research support.
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Federal 340B Drug Pricing Program in the News
November 25, 2015
NHF and HTCs respond to HRSA's proposed guidance changes on 340B Drug Pricing Program. Read more about Federal 340B Drug Pricing Program in the News
Alnylam Announces Extension of Study for ALN-AT3
November 23, 2015
Alnylam Pharmaceuticals announces Phase 1 study of ALN-AT3, a subcutaneous therapy being tested on patients with hemophilia. Read more about Alnylam Announces Extension of Study for ALN-AT3 Log in to post comments
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