Overcoming Stroke Treatment Obstacles in Eastern Europe

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Even as the Cold War becomes a distant memory patients in Eastern Europe are at greater risk of suffering a stroke than their western neighbors but do not have the same treatment and prevention options available to them.

Even as the Cold War becomes a distant memory patients in Eastern Europe are at greater risk of suffering a stroke than their western neighbors but do not have the same treatment and prevention options available to them.

Vida Demarin, MD, PhD, from Zagreb's Institue for the Culture of Health discussed reducing stroke risk in that part of the world during the International Stroke Conference in Nashville.

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