The stated aims of the AACT in supporting this non-governmental, non-profit Haemophilia Comprehensive Care Centre are:
- To diagnose and treat patients suffering from inherited bleeding or thrombotic disorders.
- To provide multi-disciplinary, comprehensive out-patient care for such patients, including replacement therapy, clinics for specialist consultation, physiotherapy, rehabilitation and counseling.
- To identify genetic mutations causing coagulation or thrombotic conditions, through DNA sequencing and analysis.
- To identifying female carriers of hereditary bleeding disorders such as haemophilia A and B, and to carry out prenatal diagnosis in the male foetus
- To diagnose, treat, counsel and follow up patients infected with viral hepatitis or HIV.
- To centralize all data collected regarding these patients throughout Iran, on a common computerized data-base.
- To offer training courses for doctors, nurses, scientists, laboratory technicians and physiotherapists from the provincial centres in Iran and the neighbouring countries of the Region.
- To foster collaboration with Universities, the National Blood Transfusion Service and the Ministry of Health.
- To obtain the support of the World Federation of Haemophilia and the World Health Organisation, with the ultimate aim of being designated a Regional Reference and Training Centre for Haemostasis and Thrombosis.
- To carry out clinical and scientific research relevant to the field in collaboration with Iranian and international academic centres, and organize scientific seminars and meetings.