Community Guidelines

Community Guidelines

Victoryforwomen.org is part of the National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) and is provided for general information purposes only. NHF does not engage in the practice of medicine and under no circumstances recommends particular treatment for specific individuals. For diagnosis or consultation on a specific medical problem, NHF recommends you contact your physician or local hemophilia treatment center (HTC). NHF does not recommend particular treatment for specific individuals and recommends that you consult a physician before pursuing any course of treatment.

NHF wants everyone to feel comfortable submitting, viewing, and interacting with the content on victoryforwomen.org. In order to ensure this site is a welcoming space for visitors and contributors, we request that you respect fellow community members and refrain from including any of the following in your comments or submissions:

    • abusive, defamatory, or obscene;

    • fraudulent, deceptive or misleading;

    • medical advice;

    • in violation of any intellectual property right of another;

    • in violation of any law or regulation, or

    • otherwise offensive, graphically or in tone​

NHF reserves the right to not approve postings that do not respect the above guidelines. A post expresses the views of its author and does not represent the views of the NHF or its staff. Inclusion on the victoryforwomen.org website is not an endorsement. NHF is not responsible for the accuracy of information, opinions, claims, or advice shared here by NHF/Victory for Women fans or any other individuals or organizations.

NHF does not allow companies to solicit products, services or research on the Victoryforwomen.org website.

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PROTECT YOUR PRIVACY

Websites and social media tools are great ways to connect with the bleeding disorders community. As the number of social media users continues to grow exponentially, so does the need to proceed with caution. NHF encourages all users of websites and social media to share and engage with the community but to also be careful when posting personal information, especially concerning your diagnosis.