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Horizons in Hemophilia, February 2015


Dr. Stein Appointed to Emory Chair Named in His Honor

At Hemophilia of Georgia’s 40th anniversary celebration in March, 2013, CEO Trish Dominic announced that the agency had endowed the Sidney F. Stein, MD Chair in Hemophilia and Hemostasis at Emory University.


HoG Board of Directors Holds Annual Retreat and Meeting

The agency’s Board of Directors, Junior Board and management team held its Annual Retreat and Board Meeting at the Legacy Lodge and Conference Center at Lake Lanier.


Research Abstracts from the December Meeting of the American Society of Hematology

The American Society of Hematology (ASH) held its Annual Meeting and Exposition in San Francisco on December 6–9, 2014. Each speaker who presented a research report at the meeting also wrote an abstract: a short description of the research question, the methods used to investigate it, and the results.


Apply for a John Youtsey Memorial Scholarship by May 1

Are you planning to attend college or technical school? Do you need financial assistance to achieve your educational goals? Now is the time to apply for HoG’s John Youtsey Memorial Scholarship. The application deadline is May 1, 2015.


Mighty Sticker Club Welcomes Two New Members

Devin and Dawson are cousins who were inducted into the Mighty Sticker Club together during their holiday break. They both demonstrated how to correctly mix factor and infuse themselves without difficulty.


Trot to Clot Walk and Run events are right around the corner!

Don't let the cold weather fool you! The Trot to Clot Walk and Run events are right around the corner. Are you looking for extra motivation to get your team ready for this year’s Trot to Clot 5k or 5 mile at Stone Mountain or Augusta?


Hemophilia of Georgia’s Teen Retreat: Asheville, NC

A group of HoG staff members, volunteers, and teens arrived in Asheville, NC for a holiday weekend spent serving the local community and developing their leadership skills


Plant-Based Inhibitor Therapy Continues to Evolve

Scientists from the University of Florida in Gainesville (UF-G) and the University of Pennsylvania (U-Penn) continue to investigate an experimental, plant cell-based approach to preventing inhibitors and allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) to clotting factor therapies in people with hemophilia.


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