The VDC is an alliance of leading health professional societies and patient advocacy groups united to improve the survival rates and quality of life for individuals with, or at risk for, venous disease.
The Vascular Disease Foundation has organized the Venous Disease Coalition (VDC), a network of professional and public organizations, to help Americans learn the risk factors and warning symptoms of blood clots and their complications.
The National Blood Clot Alliance (NBCA) is one of over 20 members of the VDC that have agreed to help get the message out about blood clots and other venous diseases to increase the early detection, and prompt treatment of these conditions. By joining forces with coalitions like VDC, NBCA can reach more Americans with the message about clotting disorders. For more information visit the VDC’s Web site at:www.VenousDiseaseCoalition.org.
This story was posted October 11, 2008