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Blood clots do not discriminate. They can and do affect everyone: From children to senior citizens, professional athletes to mothers, women and men. No one is immune.
Each year, more people die due to blood clots than AIDS, breast cancer, and motor vehicle accidents combined. Yet, despite these facts, study after study has shown that fewer than one in four people have any recognition of blood clots or their signs and symptoms.
Without this knowledge, people may not receive help until it is too late. Blood clots are life-threatening, but they can be prevented in many cases, simply by sharing essential information with the people you know.
The good news is, you can help prevent blood clots by sharing life-saving information with your family and friends through your social media networks. Whether you have experienced a dangerous blood clot yourself, or know someone who has, you can make a difference by sharing important information about blood clot risks, signs and symptoms, and prevention.
We invite you to join NBCA’s Share to Stop the Clot® social media sharing initiative and help us prevent blood clots. Visit here for social media content you can share right now on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.
Contact NBCA’s Communications Department for more information: email@example.com
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I want to #sharetostoptheclot on social media to raise awareness about blood clots and receive resources I can use and share.
Step 1: Sign up. Enter your name and email address in the box below.
Step 2: Stay informed. After signing up, you will receive e-mail updates about NBCA’s new educational programs and services with shareable content.
Step 3: Get Social. Gain access to NBCA’s social media content, which you can then easily and routinely share with your friends, family, and social networks.
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