The National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) Central Ohio Chapter is dedicated to finding cures for inheritable blood disorders and addressing and preventing the complications of these disorders through research, education, and advocacy enabling people and families to thrive.
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The next generation of researchers are continuously inspiring and fueling NHF’s renewed focus on research. Dr. Olubusola (Bosula) Oluwole is one of the first-ever recipients of the new Jeanne Marie Lusher (JML) Diversity Fellowship.
NHF’s newest research fellowship program is named in honor of Dr. Jeanne Marie Lusher, a distinguished clinician and researcher whose career focused on inhibitor development in factor VIII patients.
Meet NHF's Education Specialist, Sonia Roger! As one of NHF's most tenured employees, Sonia is a vital part of the NHF community and loves giving back to families and patients. Learn more about her role at NHF!
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The issue of poor bone health represents a significant public health concern in the U.S. population, including for individuals with hemophilia who are at increased risk for low bone mineral density (BMD) and bone fractures.
Newly published data from a phase 3 clinical study suggests that the recombinant factor VIIa bypassing agent (BPA) eptacog beta was used to safely and effectively treat and control bleeding in children with hemophilia A or B with inhibitors, 12 years of age or younger.