Funny Blood is excited to be working on a project with the West Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS) to promote awareness of PFDs. Indeed, the General Manager for the West Mercia area, Michelle Brotherton, said :

We are delighted to be working with Funny Blood on highlighting this issue to our frontline staff. We will be offering sessions on Platelet Function Disorder to ensure our ambulance crews are aware of such a rare condition, should they come across it and know how to deal with it in the best interests of people like Noah.”

This project is really important to us and we’re delighted to be supported by the WMAS. It’s Ruby’s greatest wish that one day, when a paramedic attends a call, they have heard about PFDs and understand the pathway of care needed. Michelle went on to say she felt that :

It’s important for us to understand rare conditions such as Platelet Function Disorder so we can do the best for patients like Noah when we are called to help.”

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