New studies suggest female patients have poorer outcomes after experiencing a stroke

Please see the link to the follow interesting article.


The first and second time Debbie Jackman had a stroke, a week apart, doctors told her that her sudden loss of speech and vision were probably due to migraines.

Had they identified the true cause of her symptoms, the Edmonton resident might have been able to prevent a third, more damaging stroke in 2010.

The Globe and Mail


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