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Q & A session for parents of children with mild bleeding disorders

If your child’s bleeding disorder isn’t severe enough to require regular prophylactic treatment, but they do like sports, rough and tumble with siblings, and jumping on a playground, how worried should you be? 

And what should you tell their school or kindergarten?

In this video Darian Smith, HFNZ Northern Outreach Worker, and Vanessa Minor, Haemophilia Nurse from the Auckland Haemophilia Treatment Centre, answer questions and connect with parents of children with mild haemophila.