Our major advocacy push to achieve publicly-funded access to life-saving treatment was launched on September 8, 2021. This special session introduced participants to 3 actions they can take (and their family, friends, neighbours, etc.) in September to propel our case forward.
Featuring our 2014 winner of the Foundation's research competition, X. Long Zheng, MD, PhD.
Our major advocacy push to achieve publicly-funded access to life-saving treatment starts in September.
A healthcare research firm is recruiting caregivers/family members of people living with TTP in the US. The goal is to understand your experience of handling your loved one’s condition.
Click here to write your provincial Health Minister and local elected provincial representative (MPP or MLA) with a few mouse clicks or phone taps now. Help ensure that patients like Selena have access to this live saving therapy...
If you missed the Canadian TTP Community meeting on April 28, it is not too late to help. Complete the 2 action items detailed below. The time is now. Your access depends on you.
Answering TTP Foundation hosted a successful empowering session on April 28 to engage the Canadian TTP community in the province-by-province (territory-by-territory) challenge to gain access to caplacizumab in Canada. The entire Canadian TTP Community and their friends, family, co-workers are needed to act now.
Health Canada approved life-saving treatment for TTP is not funded in Canada.