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NATF relies on its community of medical professionals, donors, and volunteers to carry out its mission. With their support, NATF is able to extend thrombosis education to local communities and beyond. Featured below are several outreach initiatives that NATF is proud to be supporting.

Georgia Thrombosis Forum

NATF works with the Georgia Thrombosis Forum to promote the education of young students, teaching them about thrombosis and how they can spread awareness in their communities. Each summer, NATF hosts a high school intern from the group. Each intern has the opportunity to work alongside doctors and patients to enhance their knowledge of thombosis and raising awareness.

In addition to accepting interns, NATF is proud to share interviews that the students conduct with professionals and patients on topics surrounding thrombosis. The following are a series of interviews and articles from our eThrombosis online journal:

  • Varun Rangnekar - Experience of a 35 year old patient, Ms. Jane, who suffered from DVT and PE

  • Aditya Bhave - "Interview Manjeeri Sangvai, MD, an Obstetrician / Gynecologist"

  • Varun Rangnekar - "A perspective of a patient who developed Pulmonary Embolism and DVT: an interview"

  • Georgia Volunteers - "Our contribution to a very special cause – spreading awareness about a deadly disease."

  • Amey and Amruta Houde - "Efforts by Volunteers to declare “Thrombosis Awareness Month” in the State of Georgia"

If you would like to join the NATF community, start by sharing your experience for our Patient Story page. View our guidelines and submission details here.

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