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[6/19/2013] Timely treatment after stroke is crucial, UCLA researchers report

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[5/29/2013] Safe for stroke patients to continue blood thinners before minor ...

[5/29/2013] Research by the Montana Center for Work Physiology and Exercise M...

[5/29/2013] New Treatment for Stroke Set to Increase Chances of Recovery

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[5/27/2013] Integrated stroke care system results in fewer deaths, discharges...


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