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Background Information About Blood Clots

Blood Clot Risks

Blood Clot Signs & Symptoms

Blood Clot Prevention


Blood Clot FACTS and STATS: Found here.


In the News

Links to recent NBCA news releases and e-newsletters found here.


Information and Tools

Our widely recognized Stop the Clot, Spread the Word™ educational tools

Important information, including important downloadable checklists, can be found at our Stop the Clot, Spread the Word site: www.stoptheclot.org/spreadtheword

Stop the Clot. Spread the WordOur Stop the Clot, Spread the Word Infographic is a guide to information about risk factors, signs/symptoms, and prevention.

This short Stop the Clot, Spread the Word video provides the most important information people need to know about blood clots.

A guide to provide standardized facts and talking points to assist in sharing public information about blood clots and NBCA.

Women and Blood Clots

Content and videos at the links below to help women understand the blood clot risks connected to several important life stages most women face, including:

Women and Blood Clots

Birth control and family planning

Pregnancy and childbirth

Treatment of menopause symptoms

Click here for an infographic about women and blood clots: Women & Blood Clots Infographic

Our entire video series about women and blood clots can be viewed here: Women & Blood Clots Video Series


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