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  • Glossary

    If you’re new to Glanzmann’s Thrombasthenia, there might be some lingo you don’t know. Here’s the official GRF glossary to get you up to speed.

  • FAQ's

    We know you’ve got questions. We can’t wait to answer them, and here’s an excellent place to start.

  • Medication & Remedies

    It’s essential to be familiar with your options regarding medications and remedies. Here’s our official list.

  • Nutrition & Lifestyle

    The following information is a collection of advice, suggestions, experiences, and even wives’ tales from our community of Glanzmann’s patients regarding diet and nutrition. You should consult with your doctor before changing your diet.

  • Classroom Plan

    Sending your GT child to school can be daunting, but you can alleviate some anxiety by providing your child’s school with this helpful Classroom Plan.

  • Scholarships

    There are many academic scholarships available for students with GT.

  • New Doctor Information

    At this point, it is time to find a Hematologist or a hemophilia treatment center (HTC). The doctor you have been working with may have a recommendation for you, or you can reach out to the GT community for suggestions if there is someone near your area already established at an HTC. It is essential to work with a hematologist that feels comfortable handling rare bleeding disorders. 

  • Women's Health

    Included within are different types of hormone therapy, procedures, and surgeries used to manage menstrual bleeding in girls and women with GT. These are the commonly recommended medications and procedures. Medications can go by different names in different countries.

  • Podcasts

    Here is a collection of our most recent podcast episodes.