The National Blood Clot Alliance strives to remain the most reliable and timely source of information related to the topics and issues of importance to you, and NBCA’s e-Newsletter is just one approach to sharing important information affecting our community. It is our pledge to keep you up to date about the activities of NBCA and our leadership, and timely news about emerging science and medical advances of importance to you. Take a moment to sign up for our e-Newsletter here and get important information delivered directly to your inbox each month.

In our Community Connection section, we’ll share information about or directly from the people who make our organization so unique and so valuable: Our volunteers, athletes, authors of patient stories, advocacy partners, and more. We’ll continue to share All the News That Fit’s to Link, just In Case You Missed It (ICYMI), and quarterly columns from our CEO, Randy Fenninger, about key issues in health policy, economics, advocacy and volunteerism, and industry matters.

Also, please follow us on Twitter — and ask your friends, family, and social media contacts to do so too, for daily updates and breaking news. Follow us on Facebook for news and more lifestyle-oriented information, including information about recovering from blood clots. You can also find the NBCA on Instagram and Pinterest as StoptheClot® where we will be sharing new images and content including information about the risk, signs and symptoms of blood clots, patient stories, resources and regular inspiration for facing life after a blood clot. In addition, you can connect with us and others who have experienced a blood clot and find additional support in our free and easy to join peer-to-peer online community, powered by Inspire.

As always, if you have news or information important to people affected by blood clots or people with blood clotting disorders, please email info@stoptheclot.org. Until then, you can explore the links to our previous e-Newsletters below.


 

July: Athletes & Blood Clots
June: NBCA Summer News & Information
May: Celebrate National Women’s Health Week
April: Put a Spring in Your Step
March: Blood Clot Awareness Month
February: National Heart Month – All About AFib
January: Connect with NBCA This Year