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International Thalassaemia Day 2019 – Get inspired, get involved!

This is how this year’s voting results were shaped: Universal access to quality thalassaemia healthcare services: Building bridges with and for patients (Winning theme, 196 votes) Patients’ voice at the frontline: Advocating for a better future in thalassaemia care and management (112 votes) The globalization of thalassaemia – Common challenges ...

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International Thalassaemia Day 2017

In time-honoured tradition, the Thalassaemia International Federation (TIF) is organising many diverse activities for the International Thalassaemia Day in 2017. Celebrated on the 8th of May every year, these activities aim to sensitise the decision and policy makers and the health and patient committees at large on thalassaemia: How to ...

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International Thalassaemia Day 2013

2013 theme: The right for quality health care of every patient with Thalassaemia: major and beyond The treatment of thalassaemia intermedia was brought to the forefront of activities, and all national thalassaemia associations across the world and other patient support groups were invited to find out more about Non-Transfusion Dependent ...

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International Thalassaemia Day 2014

2014 theme: ‘Economic Recession: Observe – Join Forces – Safeguard Health’ The 2014 theme highlighted the need to support policy decisions that reduce health inequalities, with particular focus on countries affected by the financial and economic crisis. The global financial crisis has already had wide-reaching social, economic, and political impact, ...

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International Thalassaemia Day 2015

This year’s theme: Enhancing partnership towards patient-centred health systems: good health adds life to years Healthcare is changing. Patient needs are changing. Government regulations are changing. With an evolving landscape and overwhelming expectations, the transformation of healthcare systems is becoming all the more necessary to meet the needs of this ...

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