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Prompt attention to “ministrokes” may reduce risk of subsequent stroke

Research we’re watching Having a “ministroke,” or transient ischemic attack (TIA), has long been associated with a 12% to 20% risk of having a major stroke within the next three months. An international team of researchers studied a global registry of stroke patients to determine whether that prediction was still accurate. …

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