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Blood clots linked to J&J shot are extremely rare

Johnson & Johnson reported that six women, out of 6.8 million people dosed, developed blood clots six to 13 days after vaccination. Experts aren't sure why these blood-clot cases developed — or even whether there's a definite cause-and-effect relationship with the vaccine. Here's everything you need to know.

Blood clots linked to J&J shot are extremely rare

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