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And now FASTER: Face, Arm, Speech, Time, Eyes, React

"FASTER -- Face, Arm, Speech, Time, Eyes, React -- may be a better acronym for the public campaign," said Prof. Ashok Handa, senior author of the British Journal of Surgery study. The study included 150 patients with a confirmed transient ischaemic attack or minor...

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Stroke Action Plan for Europe