At Takeda, we aim to provide both practical and insightful resources to the Bleeding Disorders Community. Whether you are a patient, care for a patient, or have family history with bleeding disorders, we have information that could be relevant to you.
"Reach out and embrace the bleeding disorders community. There’s more support, perseverance, and education behind you than you can imagine, and even more empathy to help you through your journey." — Gail, patient
COVID-19 is a significant concern for many in the bleeding disorders community and beyond. At Takeda, our highest priority is the health and safety of our community during this uncertain time.
First and foremost, it is important to consult with your healthcare provider to discuss any questions regarding your condition and COVID-19. In addition, the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) website includes information on things like COVID-19 symptoms, how to protect yourself and others from the virus, and who may be at higher risk for complications due to the virus. The National Hemophilia Foundation and the Hemophilia Federation of America have also put together helpful pages with COVID-related resources for people living with bleeding disorders.
Living with a bleeding disorder will likely impact how you manage your finances. Knowing what to consider when making money-related decisions can make it easier to manage your personal resources.
Starting a conversation with your healthcare provider about your bleeding disorder or treatment isn't always easy, but our tools can help you get started on the right foot.
Hemophilia Treatment Centers (HTCs) offer comprehensive, specialized care for people with bleeding disorders. Learn about HTCs.
Interested in learning more about bleeding disorders and connecting with the community? Takeda's HELLO TALK® events cover a wide range of topics, and you’re invited!
Click through to find out about an educational program designed especially for people using factor or thinking about using factor. Join now for access to videos, helpful tips, and stories from real patients.