Bleeding disorders are still not common knowledge even though they affect a large number of people- both men and women. This is the reason behind our new high school outreach program. We recently visited a grade 11 class at local high schoo …Read More
Let’s Talk Period has a new high school outreach program designed to create an open learning environment and stimulate conversations. We will help to facilitate an open discussion about the genetics of inherited bleeding disorders with gr …Read More
Soundarya Selvam is a PhD student who works in Dr, James’ Hematology lab, part of the Department of Medicine at Queen's University. Since she began working with Dr, James, Soundarya has become increasingly aware of how little most women k …Read More
Paying attention to your period is important. If you don’t you could be ignoring a potentially serious bleeding disorder. New apps are changing the way we approach menstruation. There are now many convenient ways to measure and track your …Read More
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