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Study Analyzes Risk of Inhibitors in Non-Severe Hemophilia A
Prophylactic Hemlibra May Lower Treatment Costs for Hemophilia A Patients
Book Contest for Hemophilia B Patients Ends June 30
Gene Therapy Trial Data Suggests Efficacy in the Presence of Antibodies
Roctavian, Gene Therapy for Hemophilia A, Shows Potential from Early Data
First Patient Dosed in Marzeptacog Alfa (MarzAA) Phase 1/2 Study
July 16: NHF CO Virtual Family Campfire
July 20-22: Virtual Mile High Summer Camp
July 24: NHF CO Beach Day ad Bear Creek Lake
Aug 28-29: NHF Colorado Family Camp
8 am to 4:30 pm Monday-Friday by appointment only.
Phone: Mon-Fri 8am-4:30 pm
Main Clinic: 303-724-0724
Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
A Pharmacist is on-call after-hours.
We have added a web page with resources provided by our HTC staff. Click Here to view our COVID-19 Resources page.
Welcome to the Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Our center has undergone a variety of transformations over the years and we moved to our current location in 2011.
Our affiliation with Children’s Hospital Colorado allows us to bring the best care and expertise to all who live with bleeding or clotting disorders, including those who have survived pediatric stroke.
We hope you are able to use this website as a tool to find answers and learn more about bleeding and clotting disorders. Our goal is to work with all our patients and their families to empower them with education and strategies to overcome the challenges
they may face.
Dr. Marilyn Manco-Johnson
Dr. Mike Wang
Co-Directors at the HTC