Staying in Touch with Ron Dewey - A Walk to benefit kids with a rare disorder

Staying In Touch
Thursday, September 13th
The Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan hosting Sunday's fun walk and fundraiser at the Detroit Zoo. Hemophilia regarded as a genetically-linked bleeding disorder affecting 2-thousand people in Michigan. Gywn Hulswit, the associate director for HFM says their primary function is a summer camp for young hemophiliac patients, who often can't take part of regular physical activity given the risks of injury.

Camp Bold Eagle hosts some 200 Michigan children with bleeding disorders. Now in its 50th year, it's the oldest medically-supported camp in the world. Learn more at