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Date:6/16/2011

ous to be able to determine a protective range in a patient's blood," Davis noted.

Funding for the research came from the French government and Lipids for Industry, Safety and Health, an alliance of academia and industry.

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To learn more about stroke, visit the U.S. National Institutes of Health.

SOURCES: Cecilia Samieri, Ph.D., postdoctoral faculty member, department of nutritional epidemiolgy, University of Bordeaux, France; Heather Davis, registered dietician, Lenox Hill Hospital, New York City; June 15, 2011, Neurology, online


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