Blood clot risk higher for COVID-19 patients than after vaccination: study 1

Blood clot risk higher for COVID-19 patients than after vaccination: study

A new U.K. study suggests COVID-19 patients face a much higher risk of developing blood clots than those vaccinated with AstraZeneca or Pfizer shots.

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33 comments

    1. then google it, type “O” blood has less von willebrand’s factor and clots less, vitamin sticks to blood platelets just as aspirin does and lessens the clotting also. I was told to take 800 mgs. of vit. E for breast cysts and it worked.

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