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Some patient subgroups with major provoking factors (eg, post-surgical VTE) have a low risk of recurrent VTE (1% at one year)1 and anticoagulants can be safely discontinued after short term treatment.2 However, more than 50% of patients with VTE do not have a major provoking factor.3 In these patients with unprovoked VTE, the risk of recurrent VTE is substantially higher; up to 10% in the first year after stopping short term treatment, 5% in the subsequent year,4 and 30% at eight years.5 Recurrent VTE is fatal in 3.6% of cases.6Oral anticoagulant treatment is effective at reducing the risk of recurrent VTE during treatment; oral anticoagulant treatment reduces the risk of recurrent VTE by 80-90%.7 Longer term oral anticoagulant treatment likely only delays recurrent VTE compared with short term treatment.8910 The highest bleeding risks are observed during initial oral treatment.