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D., & Schroepfer, T. (2002) Patterns of informal support from family and church members among African Americans. But it didn’t lessen, it just got worse.” When she arrived back on the west coast she still wasn’t concerned enough to get her leg examined, but a sore throat brought her to the family physician who saw her leg and immediately sent her to the emergency room. “So, sure enough, I went and they found I had a large deep vein thrombosis (DVT) or a blood clot in my leg,” she says.

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