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When it Comes to Your Health, Your Choices Matter

Learn more about Birth Control & Blood Clots During National Women’s Health Week There are …

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Panel Discussion: Blood Clots & Women’s Health

The Anticoagulation Forum and the National Blood Clot Alliance held a conversation about …

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SEPTEMBER E-NEWSLETTER | AFIB & CLOT-PROVOKED STROKE

AFib can lead to serious medical complications, including clot-provoked stroke. September is …

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Take Control of Your Health & Take Steps to Prevent Blood Clots

Take Control of Your Health During National Women’s Health Week There are more than 60 …

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Back to Campus: Birth Control & Blood Clots

Millions of students will be stepping on campuses across the United States in the upcoming …

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Celebrate & Share During National Women’s Health Week

Birth Control and Blood Clots: Know Your Risk There are more than 60 million women of …

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National Women’s Health Week 2017

A Movement to Raise Awareness about Birth Control and Blood Clot Risks Stand with the National …

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New Initiative Focused on University-Based Student Health Centers

The National Blood Clot Alliance (NBCA), in partnership with the Alexandra L. Rowan Memorial …

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IN THE NEWS: NBCA Focuses Educational Efforts Squarely on Women During National Women’s Health Week 2016

In recognition of National Women’s Health Week May 8 through 14, 2016, the National Blood …

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Join the NBCA Women’s Health Week 2016 Thunderclap

A Movement to Raise Awareness about Women and Blood Clot Risks Join the movement during Women’s …

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Current News

SEPTEMBER E-NEWSLETTER | NEW NBCA RESOURCES: COVID-19 & BLOOD CLOTTING

As part of NBCA’s ongoing effort to provide important information to the clotting community, we are pleased to share that…

AUGUST E-NEWSLETTER | STAYING CONNECTED IN A VIRTUAL WORLD

A lot has changed since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and, for many of us, life may have taken…