Hemophilia and Young Adulthood, Part 1 - Identity, Disclosure & Transitions

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In Part 1 of BloodLine's Hemophilia and Young Adulthood series, eight members of the Hemophilia Association of New Jersey (HANJ) weigh in on the topics of IDENTITY as someone with a bleeding disorder; DISCLOSURE in school, professional, and social settings; and TRANSITIONS, such as those from high school to college, from college into the professional world, and from singledom to marriage. This conversation was recorded live on January 17th at the Madison Hotel in Morristown, New Jersey and was co-hosted by BloodStream Media’s Natalie and Patrick James Lynch.

Series Sponsor: Shire. Visit bleedingdisorders.com to find useful tools and resources for managing life with a bleeding disorder.

Patient Organization Partner: The Hemophilia Association of New Jersey (HANJ). Learn more about HANJ and their mission by visiting http://hanj.org.


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