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New hope for victims of stroke
Date:6/29/2010

oke is the third most common cause of death in England and Wales. It's estimated that 150,000 people have a stroke in the UK each year and there are over 300,000 people in England living with significant disability as the result of a stroke.

Rothwell's talk entitled 'Tracking Down Killers in the Brain' is the public lecture for The Physiological Society's main meeting 'Physiology 2010'. The Physiological Society is a learned scientific society and registered charity which seeks to promote and support the study of physiology around the world. Each year at their main scientific conference the Society holds a public lecture designed to illustrate the importance of physiology and further its understanding by the general public and in schools.


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Contact: Mikaela Sitford
Mikaela.Sitford@manchester.ac.uk
44-161-275-2111
University of Manchester
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