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The rare clots people get after taking COVID-19 vaccines are different from other clots and require special treatment – Business Insider Australia

The CDC has issues special guidance for the specific post-vaccine clots, known as vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia, or VITT.

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  • Experts are learning more about the very rare clots some people get after taking COVID-19 vaccines.
  • The clots – called vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia – differ from other types.
  • The CDC advises different treatments, warning that treating VITT like other clots may be harmful.
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As scientists research the rare blood clots developing in a small number of people who take COVID-19 vaccines, they are learning that they differ from other clots…

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