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Doctors seeing more virus patients with blood clots

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Doctors seeing more virus patients with blood clots

Doctors seeing more virus patients with blood clots

Doctors are seeing more COVID-19 patients that have blood clots and in some cases, in children.

Blood clots can lead to strokes, heart attacks, and dangerous blockages in legs and lungs.

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