A popular cancer drug may increase the risk for blood clots, according to a new study.
The cancer drug Avastin has helped patients live longer with colon, lung, breast and kidney cancer. Researchers pooled data from 15 clinical trials and found those taking the drug had a thirty percent increased risk for blood clots. The highest risk was seen in patients with colorectal cancer.
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