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Save One Life and Help to Create a Future for Children with Bleeding Disorders

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Did you know that the average American teenager living with hemophilia uses over $60,000 in anti-hemophilia factor every month? I do, because my son is one of those teens.

Every once in a while you come across a compelling campaign that offers you a chance to truly improve the life of a child. Save One Life is that campaign.

Save One Life is your opportunity to help a child that has a devastating inherited blood disorder like hemophilia. A child living in a developing country like India, Pakistan or Africa, that has little or no access to life-saving factor and basic medical care.

Please take a moment to read “Help to Create a Future for Children with Bleeding Disorders”. Then take the next step. And make the right decision to sponsor a child or adult that has a bleeding disorder.

Thanks in advance. You couldn’t have picked a better time to become a sponsor. I did.

P.S. Please download, print and share this PDF with your friends and family.

Save One Life was founded by Laureen Kelley. Author, educator, and mom to a son with hemophilia. Laureen spends many of her days traveling around the world delivering much-needed anti-hemophilia factor and ancillary supplies (needles, bandages, crutches, and syringes) to needy people in countries like Belize, the Dominican Republic, Zimbabwe, and Romania.

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