Ultra-early stroke treatment study draws widespread interest
A new American Heart Association study about how a person’s risk of disability can be greatly reduced if they receive treatment within 90 minutes of a mild or moderate stroke has received widespread media coverage.
The Today Show highlighted the study with this video report on Friday:
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