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Texas Bleeding Disorders Conference

TBDC is a joint effort between the Lone Star BDF and Texas Central Texas Central Bleeding Disorders, bringing over 800 people from all over the state of Texas together for a weekend of education, networking, and fun. Educational sessions are available for every step of life with a bleeding disorder. A fun Final Night event wraps up the weekend, with activities for the whole family.  To register online for the 2022 Conference to be held July 29-31 at the JW Marriott Hill Country Resort in San Antonio, please click here.  https://lonestarbleedingdisorders.org/wp-admin/post.php?post=1518&action=edit&lang=e

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