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Haemophilia Foundation of New Zealand

Improving the lives and long-term outcomes of people impacted by bleeding disorders

Established in 1958, Haemophilia Foundation of New Zealand Inc. (HFNZ) supports and represents people with haemophilia and other related bleeding disorders in New Zealand.

Haemophilia and related bleeding disorders such as von Willebrand Disorder are lifelong chronic conditions for which there are no cures. HFNZ aims to ensure that affected people and their families in New Zealand receive the best possible treatment, care and support.

Haemophilia and other bleeding disorders are rare. Our members are all unique but they have this one rare thing in common – being part of the bleeding disorder community. HFNZ creates ways to unify this community and assist those affected by bleeding disorder.

HFNZ is dedicated to improving the lives of people with haemophilia and related bleeding disorders; but we cannot do it alone. Only with the generous financial support of caring New Zealanders can we make difference.

Find out more about haemophilia or check out our Events and News Sections – or download the latest edition of our newsletter Bloodline.

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HFNZ celebrates 60 years

8 November 2019

The biggest social occasion of the HFNZ year was our 60th anniversary celebration in Wellington. Over the weekend of November 8 – 10 HFNZ members from around the country, and special guests ...

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Inhibitors Workshop 2020

13 March 2020

The Haemophilia Foundation of New Zealand (HFNZ) is running an Inhibitors Weekend on 13/14 March 2020.  The weekend will be run in Auckland at the Quality Inn Parnell. Inhibitor Workshops pr...

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HFNZ are here to support people with haemophilia and other bleeding disorders, their families/whanau.
For as little as $20 you can help the cause.

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