Using Genetics to Predict Stroke Recovery

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Once a patient has a stroke how they recover can be determined by several factors. Recently a team of researchers looked at whether genetics could play a role in how different patients function after the event.

Once a patient has a stroke how they recover can be determined by several factors. Recently a team of researchers looked at whether genetics could play a role in how different patients function after the event.

Steven Cramer, MD, from the University of California at Irvine discussed the link between genetics and recovery during the International Stroke Conference in Nashville.

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