“Access for all prevention of bloods, as the global standard of care.”
Every year, April 17 is observed as World Hemophilia Day to raise awareness about this disorder and promote the livelihood of the people suffering from this condition, a rare genetic blood disorder known as hemophilia, which inhibits the clotting of blood, leading to significant bleeding during injuries and surgeries. Every year on April 17, people across the globe observe World Hemophilia Day to acknowledge volunteers, who support the hemophilia community and raise awareness about the condition. April 17 was chosen as the date in memory of Frank Schnabel, who was born on that day in 1942 and dedicated his life to improving the lives of people affected by bleeding disorders.
GD Goenka Public School, Rohini, Sector 9, stands in support of the volunteers as well as its patients on this day.

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