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Stroke care improving but still a way to go

15th September 2008

A study by the Royal College of Physicians has shown that improvements are being made to NHS stroke services

The study collected data from 224 hospitals and found that 90% had stroke units - an increase from 75% in 2002.  Dr Tony Rudd, of the Royal College of Physicians, state that he was "delighted" with the information collected by the study, but added: "Hopefully these results will not induce a sense of complacency because we still have a long way to go."

 

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Article Information

Title: Stroke care improving but still a way to go
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 8331
Date Added: 15th Sep 2008

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