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What are the long-term risk factors for patients that suffer stroke at a young age?
How effective is tranexamic acid for improving clinical outcome following intracerebral haemorrhage?
Does a change in antiplatelet regimen increase risk of recurrent ischaemic stroke?
These are some of the questions that recent papers from the journal have tackled.
As Editor-in-Chief for the European Stroke Journal, I am really proud of the innovative research recently published in the journal.
Five recent papers from the journal really caught my attention. As they are definitely papers to look out for, I really wanted to share them with you.
That’s why I we have freed access to these papers until December 31st*.
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Professor Bo Norrving
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