Roche's Chief Medical Officer Sandra Horning discusses Roche's experience with monoclonal antibodies, and how this technology could be used for the treatment of haemophilia A.
Roche in haemophilia
Giving a voice to women affected by haemophilia
Millions of women and girls are affected by bleeding disorders. Find out from Dr Danielle Nance about the importance of supporting women in the haemophilia community.more
The clotting cascade
The formation of a blood clot is an important process that stops a person from bleeding. Meet "Team Clotting" and learn more about how the clotting cascade works by watching these interactive videos.
Progress in haemophilia: a personal perspective
The haemophilia community is united and strong. Find out more about the haemophilia community and progress being made in the field from Brian O’Mahony, Chief Executive of the Irish Haemophilia Society.more
Complications in clotting
Haemophilia A is a serious bleeding disorder. Find out how it can dramatically impact the lives of people with the disorder.
A vision for the future
Find out what being part of the community means to the World Federation of Hemophilia and why World Hemophilia Day is such a critical event.more
Haemophilia A: a personal perspective
Michael and Mirko share their different perspectives on living with haemophilia A.
Monoclonal antibodies in medicine
Learn about some of the key milestones in the development and engineering of monoclonal antibodies, and the role they play in medicine, in this animated video.