Thank you for tuning into the Bloodless Battle—the first ever hemophilia esports tournament—but not the last. We are always looking to create programs that feature the community and bring them closer together. If you’re interested in participating in gaming events in the future, email your name and your favorite video game to [email protected].
The Edge, Genentech’s biannual newsletter, shines a light on those in the hemophilia community who refuse to let their bleeding disorder limit them. Each issue of The Edge offers a look into unique aspects of the community and individual stories from all walks of life.
Learn what gaming means to the community and how it's used to cope with hemophilia.
Read a letter from a person with hemophilia to his younger self.
Hear Dr. Jonathan Roberts answer questions around navigating fitness with hemophilia.
Hear how Genentech is partnering with hemophilia chapters across the country to find ways to bring the community together, virtually.
Read how a group of experts from Genentech came together to deliver treatment during a pandemic.
Learn about HemeWork, a program designed by and for the hemophilia community to support career development.
Genentech and our parent company Roche joins the WFH Humanitarian Aid Program to provide therapies for countries in need.
Genentech and Roche are partnering to support an organization dedicated to improving the lives of people with bleeding disorders, one life at a time.
David Quinn—the Head Coach of the New York Rangers—offers insights on adapting to a bleeding disorder on Genentech’s web series CHALLENGE ACCEPTED.
Explore Genentech’s support for the hemophilia community—then and now.
New workshops that can help you think well, do well, and be well.
A web series that finds the funny and magic in everyday challenges of life with hemophilia.
Let’s get together for the latest CHALLENGE ACCEPTED watch party. Ask your local chapter or connect with your local Hemophilia Community Clinical Education Manager to see how you can start viewing together.
Our Hemophilia Community Clinical Education Managers (CEMs) serve all 50 states and US territories. They have years of experience as registered nurses with a host of helpful resources—and they can provide opportunities to connect with Genentech and the community at chapter events, conferences, and educational programs.
Clinical Education Managers do not provide medical advice.
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