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Online donations through canadahelps.orgThe Canadian Hemophilia Society - Alberta Chapter is a grass roots, not for profit organization committed to improving the health and quality of life of all people with inherited bleeding disorders and ultimately to find a cure. 

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Alberta Chapter Board of Directors member changes Sept. 2017
The 2017 Board of Director member changes are as follows.
New members:
  • Cleaven Pagani (director)
  • Carmen Nishiyama (Co-President)
  • Lori Champagne (Secretary)
Members that have stepped down:
  • Sheri Spady (Co-President)
  • Casandra VanEssen (Director)
  • Jill Bryar (Secretary)

Process to order and pick up product | Edmonton Clinic

Learn the steps to order your product and supplies through the Edmonton clinic.

Hemophilia A study invitation

Study opportunity with the Logit Group- a market research firm specializing in medical research. Study is for male Hemophilia 'A' patients .

New system to help track bleeding disorders
On July 1, 2015 CHARMS was replaced by a new system, Canadian Bleeding Disorders Registry (CBDR). The CBRD is being introduced in all Canadian Hemophilia Treatment Centers in a phased manner.

HCV treatment support for 1986-1990 claimants
Feb 2015 - are you a patient who received tainted blood or blood products and a registered claimant of the Hepatitis C (HCV) 1986-1990 Class Actions Settlement,

Speak to your doctor about new treatments for HCV. Treatment has progressed significantly, and now may be the right time for you to seek a cure.

Tips for traveling with a bleeding disorder
article written by Trudy Sale, RN Southern Alberta Rare Blood and Bleeding Disorders Clinic.

Alberta Chapter Commemorative Tree Ceremony: to honour those whose lives and families are affected by tainted blood.

Chapter board members: At the Sept 2015 AGM in Nordegg, Danica Toy joined the CHS Alberta Chapter Board of Directors. Brandon Young has stepped down as the Youth Representative, a huge thank you to Brandon for your dedication over the past years.

The all new Alberta Chapter
In January 2014 the Northern Alberta Region and the Southern Alberta Region came together and are now the Alberta Chapter.

Effective July 1, 2013 the Alberta Chapter by-laws by majority vote were passed.