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Factor Support Network is a full service pharmacy  that works to provide medication for Hemophilia and von Willebrand disease. It maintains the communication and monitors  network between the client, physician and manufacturers. It is closely associated with physicians and hemophilia treating center and maintains updated inventory  of the clients and to provide medication in case of emergency. The Factor Support Network is offering financial assistance to females with bleeding disorders in the form of Millie Gonzalez Memorial Scholarship. Eligibility: Female with Hemophilia or von Willebrand Disease (vWD). Must be U.S student Applying for any field of study Must be entering into a junior college, four year college, university or vocational school in the fall of 2010 The selection would be based on the academic goals, community service or volunteer work, other achievements and financial need.  For the application log on to the following link: http://www.factorsupport.com/scholarships.htm Five female students will benefit who will be awarded $ 1,000 each.  The application must reach the following address by April 30, 2010 Factor Support Network Pharmacy, Inc. 900 Avenida Acaso, Suite A Camarillo, CA 93012-8749 Toll Free:877 FSN-4-YOU (877-376-4968) Local: 805-388-9336 Fax: 805-482-6324

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Categories: Scholarship For Bleeding Disorders, Scholarships
MedPro Inc.  is an ACHC accredited (Accreditation Commission For Health Care Inc.) provides specialized pharmacy services for patients with chronic illness. Through its Eduation Is Power Scholarship Program, MedPro Inc. want to give opportunity of higher education to those living with Hemophilia and Von Willenbrand Disease. MedPro believes education to such students will give them  better job opportunity  and access to best health care options that are badly needed by by persons with bleeding disorders. There are total 20 scholarships which will be awarded to such students ranging in value $ 500-$ 2,500. You need to fulfill following requirement to apply for this scholarship: Must be a United States Resident Individuals  with bleeding  disorders, Hemophilia or vom Willebtand Disease Currently enrolled or shall be entering a community college, junior college, four year college, university or vocational school in the fall of 2010 Involved in community services and volunteer work The application is available in PDF format and Microsoft Word Format at : http://www.medprorx.com/scholarship.html . Along with the application you need to submit following documents: Copy of recent transcript Proof of admission to school Proof of school tuition A letter of approval from a physician or nurse of your bleeding disorder [...]

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Categories: Scholarship For Bleeding Disorders, Scholarships
Kevin Child Scholarship is a loving gesture for those students living with Hemophilia and want to continue their further studies. Kevin himself was a sufferer from Hemophilia and the daunting challenges posed by this disease never deterred him from continuing his studies. His battle for life ended,  few days shot of his graduation from college but his desire that every hemophilia affected child should get an opportunity for education continues through his Kevin Child Scholarship Program. For Kevin Child Scholarship you need to be : Diagnosed with hemophilia A or B Must be a high school senior and desire to attend an institute of higher education (college, university or vocational-technical school ) or already a college student pursuing a post secondary education. If you feel you are the righful candidate just refer to the site: http://www.hemophilia.org/NHFWeb/MainPgs/MainNHF.aspx?menuid=54&contentid=35 which gives complete and descriptive information about the scholarship and application form. Along with the complete application form you also need to send: a current official transcrip of the grades recommendation letter from an  individual not related to the applicant-you can take it from your teacher. One page essay describing about your occupational objectives and goals  in life. How will the educational program you [...]

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Categories: Scholarship For Bleeding Disorders, Scholarships