11th Edition Conference

Global Forum on Research and Treatment Products for Bleeding Disorders

13 - 14 Nov 2019 Add To Calendar
Le Westin Montreal, Montreal, Canada

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The WFH Global Forum addresses issues related to the safety and supply of treatment products for bleeding disorders and brings together patient groups, regulators, representatives from industry, and not-for-profit fractionators, as well as doctors who treat people with bleeding disorders. It will cover the latest developments in treatment and research including Plasma-derived product risks, Extended half-life products, Novel products, Ensuring access to affordable treatment products and humanitarian aid, Risks to trial participants, Gene therapy, New and novel hemophilia therapies: latest updates from clinical trials, Contradictory indications regarding peg products, and WFH data collection programs.


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100 - 500

10 - 50 Exhibitors Estimated Count

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Medical & Pharma


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Osogbo, Nigeria
GoingAudrey Vasseur

Audrey Vasseur

Business Development Director at Cato Research

Montreal, Canada
GoingLoay Ali Altayab

Loay Ali Altayab

Heamatology/oncology at Minestry of Health

Khartoum, Sudan
Rebiha ASSAM

Rebiha ASSAM

Student at Ubordeaux

Montreal, Canada
Clement Appiah Kubi

Clement Appiah Kubi

Marketing Head at Kapoosik Company Limited

Kumasi, Ghana


Pharmacist at Medizan

Islamabad, Pakistan
Manju Pokhrel Rijal

Manju Pokhrel Rijal

Nurse at Nepal hemophilia society

Kathmandu, Nepal

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The work of the WFH has a four-tiered approach that can build progressively over time.The WFH serves and supports the needs of all of its NMOs through its global programs and activities.”Underserved” countries may be considered for a Cornerstone Initiative when they, or their regions, demonstrate initiative, motivation and potential to develop basic standards of care.Where there is the initiative, motivation and potential to work more in-depth on improving hemophilia care, countries may be considered for country programs.When a country program demonstrates the potential for establishing a national hemophilia care program that is integrated within the health system and covers all areas of hemophilia care development, it may be considered for the Global Alliance for Progress (GAP) program.

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