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Advocating for Access to New Treatment

This is an exciting time as new treatments and new treatment approaches for bleeding disorders are constantly being developed. However, not all of these new advances are getting approved for use in the UK. In this article we have used our work in seeking to get access to BPL’s Coagadex

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BRIDGING HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE ON #RAREDISEASEDAY

In the UK there are over 30,000 people with a rare genetic bleeding disorder such as haemophilia, Factor VII deficiency, Glanzmann’s or von Willebrand’s. Medical expertise and knowledge on rare diseases generally is scarce and scattered across borders. People often wait years for a diagnosis and struggle to access the

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Managing Treatment and Access to Products post Brexit

Many of our members have expressed concerns about how access to the treatments they require will be maintained following the UK’s departure from the EU. The Haemophilia Society has discussed the current situation and the mitigation plans in place with NHS England procurement managers, commissioners and clinician representatives. Specifically, we

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The Haemophilia Society appoint new legal representation

The Haemophilia Society has ended its association with Malcomson Law UK Ltd, meaning the firm will no longer represent The Society at the Infected Blood Inquiry. We have appointed Eversheds Sutherland as our new legal representative. This is a UK-wide firm with branches in England, Scotland, Wales and deep knowledge

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Thousands of documents submitted to Infected Blood Inquiry

The Haemophilia Society has submitted approximately 30,000 scanned documents to the Infected Blood Inquiry, in compliance with its request for archive evidence. The Inquiry team yesterday confirmed The Society has provided all the documentation that has been requested. It will now be reviewed by the Inquiry team and assessed for

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The Haemophilia Society urges Cabinet Office Minister David Lidington to boost funding to the Infected Blood Inquiry or risk failing the scandal’s victims

The Haemophilia Society urges Cabinet Office Minister David Lidington to boost funding to the Infected Blood Inquiry or risk failing the scandal’s victims. In a letter to Mr Lidington which we are publishing today, Clive Smith, Chair of Trustees of The Haemophilia Society, warns that the long-awaited Inquiry could be

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