The pandemic must serve as a catalyst for improvements in stroke care

Juliet Bouverie

With a second peak of covid-19 likely, it’s becoming clear that the virus is having a profound effect on people living with other health conditions. Unless we act quickly to improve stroke treatment and care, the pandemic risks causing thousands of stroke recoveries, as the Stroke Association’s chief executive Juliet ...

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