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Cancer-Associated Thrombosis Learning Zone
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Read time: 80 mins
Last updated:10th Aug 2021
Published:8th Mar 2021
Patients with cancer have a higher risk of venous thromboembolism (VTE). Explore the reasons for increased risk and discover risk stratification and management options in this series of interactive eLearning modules.

Test your knowledge and understanding of the clinical risk factors for VTE in cancer with our interactive eLearning Modules.

In Module 1, you will dive into the pathophysiology of VTE, its prevalence and incidence, and which cancers can pose the highest risk of thrombotic events to your patients.

In Module 2, you will discover how risk of VTE is assessed in patients with cancer, what stratification tools exist, and current treatment options available.

In Module 3, you will explore how the management of cancer-associated thromboembolism is evolving, with a deep dive into existing guidelines, emerging therapies and potential treatments currently on the horizon.

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