The European Haemophilia Consortium (EHC) Workshop on New Technologies in Haemophilia Care was held in Athens on 22-24 November 2019. Scientists and representatives of patient organisations from all over Europe attended some very interesting lectures on the latest developments in new haemophilia treatments. This conference is one of many activities EHC is developing in an effort to disseminate knowledge about innovative therapies in the haemophilia community across Europe.
This year’s workshop was divided into three parts: licensed therapies, therapies under development and gene therapy. The Greek Haemophilia Society, as an active member of the EHC and the european and global community of patients with haemophilia, and hosting member for this workshop in Athens, was represented by members of its Board, gaining valuable insights and engaging in many interesting discussions on all the “hot” issues that concern the community.
In addition to learning and keeping abreast with the latest developments in treatments, some 70 delegates from across Europe had the opportunity to visit the Acropolis Museum and admire its exhibits.
You can read more about the Workshop at the EHC announcement, here.