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The ZLB Behring Foundation for Research and Advancement of Patient Health (King of Prussia, Pennsylvania) reported that it is accepting applications for grant programs designed to benefit “the bleeding disorders community” in the U.S.

The foundation awards grants at intervals and supports clinical research and community-based patient programs.

The deadline to apply is July 31. Grant requests should be submitted to Garrett Bergman, MD, executive director of the ZLB Behring Foundation. Downloadable Applications are available online at www.zlbbehringfoundation.com.

Governed by an independent advisory council, ZLB Behring Foundation is a non-profit organization that supports charitable, scientific and educational initiatives that advance the standard of care for persons affected by bleeding disorders, such as hemophilia and von Willebrand Disease. Since its inception in 2001, the ZLB Behring Foundation has awarded millions of dollars in grants to the bleeding disorders community, it said.

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