Secretary Clinton's blood clot confusion and privacy
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton currently has a blood clot in her skull, which is is being treated by doctors with blood thinners. NBC News Chief Medical Editor Dr. Nancy Snyderman joins Morning Joe to discuss Secy. Clinton's condition and why it's unusual but necessary for doctor's to use blood thinners to treat the clot. NBC News' Andrea Mitchell also joins the conversation.
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