Roche in haemophilia

For more than 20 years, Roche has been innovating and delivering medicines for people with diseases of the blood. With the rise of novel therapies within haemophilia, we are working closely with all corners of the global haemophilia community – through our efforts to help improve the provision of treatments for those who need it most; through our dedication towards supporting patients at all stages of their haemophilia journey; and ultimately helping to transform the way haemophilia is treated and managed.

World Federation of Haemophilia

World Haemophilia Day

World Hemophilia Day is about bringing the global bleeding disorders community together. With the COVID-19 pandemic having a major impact on people with a bleeding disorder, that objective has never been more important. The community is made up of a great diversity of people, from patients and their families, to carers, physicians and researchers—each of whom has been affected by the pandemic in a different way. We need to continue providing support to these people now, and in the future once the pandemic has passed. The world has changed greatly over the last year, but one thing hasn’t: we are still in this together, and we will always be stronger together as a community especially on April 17, 2021, World Hemophilia Day. 

Living with Haemophilia

Haemophilia A can affect far more than your blood, but sometimes it's not that easy to explain to others what it's really like to live with haemophilia A.

Visit the www.ReDefineHaemophilia.com to see the memes created by people living with haemophilia A to show the world what it means to live life with haemophilia A.