The TRAC Tool

TRAC = Thrombosis Risk Assessment Checklist

Patients with cancer are more likely to get a blood clot than other patients. Answer these questions to learn more about your risk factors for blood clots.

  1. Do you have cancer? Yes or No
  2. Do you have any of these types of cancer? Yes or No
    • Stomach
    • Pancreas 
    • Lung
    • Ovarian
    • Bladder
    • Testicular 
    • Lymphoma
    • Brain
    • Esophagus
  3. Do you have a history of blood clots? Yes or No
  4. Are you overweight or obese? Yes or No
  5. Are you age 60 or older? Yes or No
  6. Are you currently getting treatment(s) for cancer?
    • Surgery Yes or No
    • Chemotherapy Yes or No
    • Immunotherapy Yes or No
    • Radiation Yes or No

If you answered yes to any of these questions, talk to your doctor and cancer care team about how to prevent blood clots.

Source: National Cancer Institute Dictionary of Terms.

Watch these videos of patients with cancer to learn more about what you can do to prevent blood clots.

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