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Video: A Hemophilia Patient's Lifelong Commitment to Physical Activity

Tim Grams, father of four, dove into swimming as a young person and today stays active despite Hemophilia A.


Tim Grams credits his mother for starting him in swimming when he was a child – a wise move because having severe Hemophilia A made other sports too risky. He went on to be a swimming champ in high school and to swim competitively in college. Today, he leads a physically active life in Colorado with his wife and four children. Grams also has taken time out to guide young people toward healthy exercise habits. He has been a volunteer coach at CSL Behring’s Gettin’ In the Game Junior National Championship.