NBCA Podcast Series

The mission of the National Blood Clot Alliance is to prevent, diagnose and treat thrombosis and thrombophilia through research, education, support and advocacy.   As part of an ongoing effort of continual website improvement NBCA is adding interactive content to make your browsing experience more effective and enjoyable.  The NBCA Podcast series is a collection of Podcasts you can listen to on your PC, favorite MP3 player or as the name suggest you iPod player. Click here for the RSS feed.

January 2009 VTE Update

This update covers d-dimer testing, vitamin K supplementation and the “factor V Leiden paradox”

ASH 2008 Special Report

American Society of Hematology 2008 Annual Meeting Report

Surgeon General’s Call to Action against DVT and PE

Dr. Steven K. Galson issued a Call to Action against DVT and PE, advocating the importance of understanding risk factors, associated symptoms and prevention strategies to reduce the number of individuals who develop DVT and PE nationwide. Although this Call to Action does not necessarily mean that the government is going to pay for activities, we, being concerned citizens and affiliates of NBCA, can now tell people that the Surgeon General has formally stated that VTE is a major health issue affecting the American public. This lends even more power to messages aimed at increasing awareness about DVT/PE and highlights the urgency to do something about DVT/PE prevention.

Introduction to NBCA

The mission of the National Blood Clot Alliance, hereby referred to as NBCA, is to prevent, diagnose and treat thrombosis and thrombophilia through education, advocacy, support and research.

Current News

The National Blood Clot Alliance Launches New Council for Emerging Researchers in Thrombosis (CERT)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 07/28/2022   The National Blood Clot Alliance (NBCA), the nation’s leading nonprofit patient advocacy organization dedicated to…

The FUVID Study

The FUVID Study (Functional Characterization of Chronic Thromboembolic Venous Disease in Children) is currently open for enrollment to qualified participants.…