In This Together

Uniting the bleeding disorders community

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Evan, hemophilia A

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In This Together

Uniting the bleeding disorders community

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Welcome to Here you can find information, resources, and support for patients, caregivers, and families affected by bleeding disorders, including hemophilia A, hemophilia B, and von Willebrand disease (VWD). We’re also here to help those who have developed inhibitors to their factor treatment.

At Takeda, we are tireless in our pursuit of a world free of bleeds. We are committed to building upon the Baxalta and Shire legacy and believe that together we can continue to develop and deliver more innovative, transformative treatments for people living with bleeding disorders. And beyond delivering new treatments, we are dedicated more than ever in our efforts to offer a wide range of programs and support to help patients throughout their treatment journey. Let’s make today brilliant.1

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  1. Patient services. Takeda website. Accessed August 20, 2019.

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