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Thanks for raising this point Madison! As we discussed with Dr. Carrier, educating patients on the signs and symptoms of thrombosis is crucial to them seeking proper medical attention in a timely manner. Often people think of Translational Medicine as limited to direct bench-to-bedside research translation (such as a new drug). But it is often translation of knowledge and adopting practices (such as these patient education sheets) based on research that can yield the most meaningful benefits to patients. I'm sure that this is a theme that will continue to come up as we hear from more translational researchers from a variety of fields.

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