Clot Connect

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Clot Connect emerged in September 2010 from the observation by a doctor and patient, Dr. Stephan Moll and Beth Waldron, that blood clot survivors and their clinicians needed easier access to the latest treatment options and scientific research related to the diagnosis, care and management of patients with blood clots and clotting disorders.

From 2010 until 2023 Clot Connect was a public service of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Blood Research Center connecting patients and health care professionals to reliable, clinically relevant resources on venous thromboembolism (DVT/PE), thrombophilia (clotting disorders), and anticoagulation.

While the need for thrombosis education persists, funding and staff resources needed to maintain the program unfortunately do not. Since the website was no longer able to be kept updated by volunteers with the latest clinically relevant information, a decision has been made by Clot Connect’s founders to retire the resource.

Thank you for your support.