Our commitment to you includes the Pfizer Patient Affairs Liaison
The little app that’s a big help
- Log your infusions quickly and easily
- Record bleeds
- Track your daily activity
- Generate reports to share with your treatment team
- Monitor your factor supply
- Set reminders for important events
Start tracking your active
Note: Pfizer respects the privacy of your personal information. Pfizer will not have access to any personal information you enter into HemMobile™ unless you choose to enroll in Hemophilia Village. HemMobile™ is not intended for curing, treating, or seeking treatment for managing or diagnosing a specific disease, disorder, or any specific identifiable health condition.
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BeneFix travel case
The 4-in-1 portable case
Keep everything you need to infuse in 1 place
- Specially designed to hold up to 4 Rapid Reconstitution Kits and the additional supplies you might need to infuse on the go
- Built with a foam interior that keeps your factor safe so it’s ready when you need it
Ask your Patient Affairs Liaison how to get your BeneFix travel case
Support when you need it, from people who get it
Hemophilia Village is equal parts information and inspiration, with useful tips for helping your child, a calendar of community events, and other caregiver information.
Find out who’s supporting the hemophilia community
National advocacy groups
Getting support means gaining momentum. Below is a list of some of the top advocacy groups that are highly involved within the hemophilia B community.
The Coalition for Hemophilia B was founded in 1990 by Joyce and John Taylor when their son was diagnosed with hemophilia B. Its mission is to make quality of life the focal point of treatment for individuals with hemophilia in the 21st century. The site provides information about events and educational opportunities, as well as current and past newsletters.
The Hemophilia Federation of America (HFA) assists and advocates for safe, affordable, and obtainable blood products and health coverage, as well as a better quality of life for all persons with bleeding disorders.
The National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) was founded in 1948. NHF is dedicated to finding better treatments and cures for bleeding and clotting disorders and to preventing the complications of these disorders through education, advocacy, and research.
A member of the World Health Organization since 1969, the World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH) works to improve and sustain treatment of people around the world with hemophilia and other inherited bleeding disorders.
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