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Living with a bleeding disorder is never black and white. And it’s not all blood-red either. Life after diagnosis may start out hard, but we learn by doing, making mistakes, asking questions and surrounding ourselves with people who understand.

Then, slowly, it just becomes life again. Because a bleeding disorder shouldn’t define who we are, what we do or how we feel.

Through our community, we find the freedom, opportunity and fun in life after diagnosis.

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My child is newly diagnosed

Finding out that you or your child has a bleeding disorder can be a stressful experience, and we’re here to help you to make sense of it all.

Newly Diagnosed

Someone I know has a bleeding disorder

There are lots of different bleeding disorders. Find out more about the different types of bleeding disorders and the treatment options available.

Diagnosis & Treatment

I need help & support

All you need to know to keep fit and healthy with a bleeding disorder and the support and benefits available to you and your family.

Day-to-day Living

Latest news at the Haemophilia Society

21 May 22

European Conference Discusses Better Support For Women

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10 May 22

Cell and Gene Collective calls for more political leadership to ensure patient access to gene therapies

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05 May 22

Thank you for your support of Ukraine!

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05 May 22

Government needs to publish study on Compensation Framework for people affected by contaminated blood products

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Upcoming & recent events at the Haemophilia Society

  • 13 Jul 22 - 13 Jul 22 at 6:30pm

Compensation: Where are we now?

Join us on Wednesday, 13 July at 6.30pm to discuss the issue of compensation for…
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  • 27 Jul 22 - 31 Jul 22

Youth Camp – 2022 – Limited spaces available

If you have a bleeding disorder or you are a sibling of someone who does,…
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  • 17 Sep 22 at 12:00pm

Big Red Bridge Walk London

Big Red Bridge Walk London – 17 September 2022 12pm to 4pm Join us as we walk along the River Thames…
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  • 24 Sep 22 at 12:00pm

Big Red Bridge Walk Glasgow

Big Red Bridge Walk Glasgow – 24 September 2022 12pm to 4pm Come with us as…
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  • 01 Oct 22 at 12:00pm

Big Red Bridge Walk Derry

Big Red Bridge Walk Derry – 1 October 2022 12pm to 4pm Join us for our first-ever Big Red Bridge…
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  • 29 Oct 22 at 2:30pm

Service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving

For all those people with inherited bleeding disorders who have died due to their treatment…
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  • 04 Mar 23

Talking Red Live

Thousands of women struggle with common symptoms – such as heavy periods and frequent bruising…
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Members Stories

Richard’s Story

Richard is a husband, and a father of two little girls. He works as an…
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Carly and Nick Warren

Wonderful Warrens Carly and Nick Warren talk about their youngest daughter Ella and their journey…
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Melanie’s story

Melanie contracted hepatitis C as a result of treatment for von Willebrand disorder (VWD), but…
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Glanzmann’s: A Parent’s Journey

Written by Annette Kellow, mum to Felix, 3 When my son Felix was born he…
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Push for fairness for people with bleeding disorders affected by contaminated blood. Join us in demanding just support packages.

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We can be found on all the usual online channels – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and e-mail. But if you’re more of a people person, we’re still on the end of a phone.

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Understanding Haemophilia & other bleeding disorders

People with bleeding disorders, have a condition that means the blood can’t clot properly. Those with bleeding disorders experience bleeding for longer and may sometimes experience spontaneous bleeds into joints, muscles and soft tissues. Some of the most common bleeding disorders include: Haemophilia A & BVon Willebrand Disease

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We are thankful to the companies below who have supported the update of our website in 2021:

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