Understanding Genetics of Thrombophilia / Inheritance & Testing

Thrombophilia is a hereditary or acquired predisposition to develop blood clots. It is also referred to as hypercoagulation state or hypercoagulability. Below is a list of NBCA resources and articles related to genetic testing:

Talk to your healthcare provider about any questions you might have about genetic testing, and get more information and guidance from a genetic counselor. You can search for a genetic counselors in your local community here: Find a Genetic Counselor

Current News

October e-Newsletter | Support World Thrombosis Day 2018

This year, NBCA is celebrating 15 years of service in the clotting disorders community, and our mission has long been to advance…

Expecting or recently had a baby? Don’t let a blood clot spoil your joy.

Today, the National Blood Clot Alliance, in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, kicked off the next phase…