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Now displaying: June, 2019
Jun 28, 2019

In Part 3 of the Hemophilia and Young Adulthood podcast series presented by BloodStream Stories, members of the Hemophilia Association of New Jersey (HANJ) give their perspectives on DATING & INTIMACY, how hemophilia plays a role in a young adult’s FAMILY, and what they HOPE for the future of the hemophilia community. This conversation was recorded live on January 17th, 2018 at the Madison Hotel in Morristown, New Jersey and was co-hosted by BloodStream Media’s Natalie and Patrick Lynch. Series originally made possible by Takeda.

 

BloodStream Media is a podcast network built by and for the bleeding disorders community. Subscribe to BloodStream in Apple Podcasts or visit BloodStreamMedia.com to learn more. Produced by Believe Limited

 

Patient Organization Partner: The Hemophilia Association of New Jersey (HANJ). Learn more about HANJ and their mission by visiting http://hanj.org.

 

BloodStream’s Hemophilia and Young Adulthood series was originally made possible by Takeda. Visit bleedingdisorders.com to find useful tools and resources for managing life with a bleeding disorder.


Jun 27, 2019

In Part 2 of the Hemophilia and Young Adulthood podcast series presented by BloodStream Stories, members of the Hemophilia Association of New Jersey (HANJ) discuss PUSHING LIMITS and finding boundaries, the need for EMOTIONAL SUPPORT, various forms of PAIN MANAGEMENT, and troubling topic of SUBSTANCE ABUSE. This conversation was recorded live on January 17th, 2018 at the Madison Hotel in Morristown, New Jersey and was co-hosted by BloodStream Media’s Natalie and Patrick Lynch. Series originally made possible by Takeda.

 

BloodStream Media is a podcast network built by and for the bleeding disorders community. Subscribe to BloodStream in Apple Podcasts or visit BloodStreamMedia.com to learn more. Produced by Believe Limited

 

Patient Organization Partner: The Hemophilia Association of New Jersey (HANJ). Learn more about HANJ and their mission by visiting http://hanj.org.

 

BloodStream’s Hemophilia and Young Adulthood series was originally made possible by Takeda. Visit bleedingdisorders.com to find useful tools and resources for managing life with a bleeding disorder.

 

Jun 27, 2019

BloodStream Stories presents Hemophilia and Young Adulthood, a special three-part podcast. In Part 1, eight young adult members of the Hemophilia Association of New Jersey (HANJ) weigh in on the topics of IDENTITY as someone with a bleeding disorder; DISCLOSURE in school, professional, and social settings; and TRANSITIONS, such as those from high school to college, from college into the professional world, and from singledom to marriage. This conversation was recorded live on January 17th, 2018 at the Madison Hotel in Morristown, New Jersey and was co-hosted by BloodStream Media’s Natalie and Patrick Lynch.

Series originally made possible by Takeda.

BloodStream Media is a podcast network built by and for the bleeding disorders community. Subscribe to BloodStream in Apple Podcasts or visit BloodStreamMedia.com to learn more. Produced by Believe Limited

Patient Organization Partner: The Hemophilia Association of New Jersey (HANJ). Learn more about HANJ and their mission by visiting http://hanj.org.

BloodStream’s Hemophilia and Young Adulthood series was originally made possible by Takeda. Visit bleedingdisorders.com to find useful tools and resources for managing life with a bleeding disorder.

 

Jun 17, 2019

This month on The BloodStream Podcast, we breakdown “Clotting Factors: Aren’t They Basically All the Same?” from the May issue of  the Parent Empowerment Newsletter (PEN), we discuss one physician’s social media crusade to tear down “fake health news,” we listen to Tabitha White’s story of becoming a hemo mom after losing her hemophiliac father to AIDS, we interview European Haemophilia Consortium Chief Executive Officer Amanda Bok, and Debbie de la Riva leads the latest A Moment For Mental Health segment.  All that, and more, on Episode 37 of The BloodStream Podcast.

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Clotting Factors: Aren’t They Basically All The Same?

 

A Moment For Mental Health Segment

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Amanda Bok, CEO of European Haemophilia Consortium

 

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