• Study: Newer Birth Control Pills May Double Blood Clot Risk

    by  • 30 October 2011 • General News

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    One of the largest studies ever to look at the link between blood clots and hormonal contraception has found that women who take newer birth control pills appear to get dangerous blood clots in their veins about twice as frequently as women on an older pill formulation.


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