Mount Sinai Featured in the New York Times

Dr. David Forsh, Chief of Orthopaedic Trauma at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, spoke with The New York Times about the dangers associated with blood clots. People with blood clots typically take blood-thinning medication and athletes who are on blood thinners are advised to avoid contact sports because of an increased chance of internal bleeding and other complications. Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh has had his past two seasons cut short due to blood clots. Read the full article about Mount Sinai.

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