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New Study Enrolling Patients

Researchers are seeking to enroll patients in a new clinical study. The PEPPER trial is investigating which blood thinner is best for patients to use after total hip and knee replacement surgery to prevent blood clots. Researchers are currently looking to enroll 25,000 patients across 25 sites in North America. The National Blood Clot Alliance…

New Caregiver Resource Available Online

The National Blood Clot Alliance (NBCA) has partnered with ProPatient.com, a provider of interactive online patient education tools, to make available an online resource dedicated to the specific information needs of the individuals who provide care and support to people affected by venous thromboembolism. Specifically, this program is designed to empower caregivers to take an…

100 Days of Blood Clot Awareness

The National Blood Clot Alliance and Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. are kicking off 100 Days of Blood Clot Awareness this month, and sharing important information about blood clot risks and signs and symptoms, as well as personal stories of strength and inspiration. NASCAR® driver Brian Vickers and three-time Olympic medalist Katie Hoff teamed up with Janssen during Blood…

March e-Newsletter | Blood Clot Awareness Month

This March, our e-Newsletter is packed with exciting information in recognition of Blood Clot Awareness Month (BCAM). We invite you to get involved with our Know More, Share More awareness effort, which involves a spectrum of new and unique digital content we have created to share key facts and information among all of our social media channels….

Blood Clot Awareness Month 2017: “Know More, Share More”

Know More, Share More During Blood Clot Awareness Month 2017 March is Blood Clot Awareness Month (BCAM), which is perhaps one of the busiest times of the year for the National Blood Clot Alliance, because it is so important to the patients, caregivers, healthcare professionals, and advocates that we serve and work with each day. Not…

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