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Soozie Courter "Sharing a Brighter Tomorrow" Hemophilia Scholarship

Wyeth continues its commitment to providing education and assistance to people with hemophilia and their families through the Soozie Courter "Sharing a Brighter Tomorrow" Hemophilia Scholarship Program.


For the upcoming academic year, Pfizer Hemophilia will award $50,000 in scholarships to students in the hemophilia community:

- Five $4,000 graduate school scholarships
- Twelve $2,500 undergraduate college scholarships

To be eligible for the scholarships, students must have either hemophilia A or hemophilia B and be a high school senior, have a graduate equivalency diploma (GED), or be currently enrolled in an accredited junior college, college (undergraduate or graduate), or vocational school.

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