Can stroke be prevented? The article and video goes over the many possible way to light a path of avoiding such a harsh and detrimental sickness.
In this article posted by Jennifer Polisac, from the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine,” Women Less Likely to be Diagnosed with Minor Stroke than Men,” proposes that women who experience minor strokes or more likely to be diagnosed with a stroke than men.
A unique study done by scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and The University of Texas-Austin shows how a Lampreys, a parasitic fish that sucks onto other species and drains blood, could potentially help victims of stroke.
BioxyTran’s BXT-25 invention is a medical breakthrough of its own kind. Aiding patients the chance to fight for their lives in the event of a stroke. As this medical invention has been chemically developed to save lives; we must shine a light on other developments that fight to help manage the issues of stroke.
In a CNN article, “Doctors have more time than thought to treat stroke patients, study suggests,” by Jacqueline Howard explains how an 18-year-old, yet another young person, being a victim of stroke survived the incident.