Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month has been observed each March since 2016, after being designated as a national health observance by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. BDAM aims to increase awareness of inheritable blood and bleeding disorders among the public, as well as bring them to the attention of policymakers, public authorities, industry representatives, scientists, and health professionals.

You can find resources provided by the National Bleeding Disorders Foundation by clicking here and the Hemophilia Federation of America by clicking here.

We will be celebrating BDAM at Chapter Education Day on Saturday, March 16. Plan to wear red if you attend!