In the midst of all of our hard work, we set time to sit down with Mackenzie Bowman, Senior Scientist in our lab, and Victoria Candy, Queen’s Master’s student, and talk about their perspective on bleeding disorders and their role in the …Read More
Discovering that you have, or may have, a bleeding disorder can be alarming - especially if you are unaware of what it entails.
Lisa Thibeault is a Nurse in the Southeastern Ontario Inherited Bleeding Disorder Clinic. Lisa is …Read More
Let’s Talk Period was created to raise awareness around bleeding disorders. Many individuals suffer from a bleeding disorder but do not realize that their bleeding is abnormal and do not know to seek help. Here are a few common questions …Read More
Discussions about bleeding disorders in women often go hand in hand with talking about menstruation; a topic that is uncomfortable for many women to openly discuss. Due to this lack of clear communication, there are many misconceptions abou …Read More
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