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Urge your state senator to support Senate Bill 196, which would help Pennsylvanians afford the treatments they need by ensuring all co-pay assistance counts towards out-of-pocket requirements. Many individuals in the bleeding disorders community rely on co-pay assistance from drug manufacturers and charities to maintain access to their high-cost treatments. This financial assistance is often
Click here to download the 2021 Chapter Scholarship Application and Guidelines Who is eligible for the WPCNHF Scholarship? Any person or immediate family member of a person with hemophilia, von Willebrand Disease, or other inherited bleeding disorder is eligible to apply for this scholarship. The person with the bleeding disorder must either be a member
We want to make sure that everyone with hemophilia A or B understands the risk, diagnosis, and treatment of hemophilia with inhibitors. The National Hemophilia Foundation is conducting a national survey of the bleeding disorders community open to parents and caregivers of children with hemophilia A and B. This survey is for parents or caregivers
Have you or your family been impacted by the COVID-19 crisis? WPCNHF and your bleeding disorders community are here to help. Below is a list of financial assistance programs and grant programs available. Please be sure to click the links below and check out the eligibility requirements for each program before applying. If you have
Uninsured Pennsylvanians or those affected by COVID-19 can visit pennie.com and enroll in a plan through August 15 Harrisburg, PA – March 25, 2021 – On March 25, the Pennie Board of Directors unanimously voted to extend the current COVID-19 Enrollment Period to August 15, 2021, aligning with the federal extension which was announced earlier this
For almost 25 years, HFA’s Helping Hands program has provided financial assistance and listened to the stories of community members who need a helping hand to get through a financial crisis. Based on those stories and compelling data, we started a new program in 2019 to empower community members to move forward from financial crisis
HARRISBURG/PHILADELPHIA/PITTSBURGH – Saturday, April 17, 2021 is “World Hemophilia Day,” which is an annual international awareness day for hemophilia and other bleeding disorders. Since 1989, World Hemophilia Day is the day the whole bleeding disorders community comes together to celebrate the continuous advances in treatment while raising awareness and bringing understanding and attention to the
WPCNHF is proud to share this proclamation from Governor Tom Wolf proclaiming April 17, 2021 World Hemophilia Day in Pennsylvania!
Most of us are aware of the high cost of medicine and treatments for those with bleeding disorders, but your elected officials may not! We are asking our legislators to co-sign the McEachin-Davis letter to President Biden, urging him to prohibit accumulator adjuster programs, and to support COVID relief provisions that improve the affordability of