VWD Patient Experience with wilate
Meet the Basa Family
Andrew Basa was just 3 years old when his doctor told Debbie and Tony their son had Type 2a severe VWD. Read on to learn what Andrew and his parents had to say about their journey and experience with wilate.
he’s a totally different kid. He wants to play football and basketball with his brother. He’s not timid like before; he’s confident and unafraid. He feels protected and generally just feels better.”Andrew's Parents
A Bright Future for a Mother and Son with
Type 3 VWD
From the time he started to walk at 9 months, Fernando Alcantara was covered with purple bruises. It would be 6 more years before his severe Type 3 VWD was correctly diagnosed. Read on to learn why Fernando and his mother, Virna, chose wilate.
“I saw a huge difference in the things I could do, I got involved in sports I had never played before, like water polo and skateboarding. And I still play soccer and flag football. I also learned to self-infuse at summer camp.”Fernando Alcantara