New markers predict recurring ishemic stroke

Once you’ve had a stroke, your chances are higher of having another–not a delightful thing to know for previous stroke sufferers. Now science has found another way to predict who is more likely to have another stroke–in time for doctors to take preventive action. Read about it in the Archives of Neurology.

It’s easy to dismiss things if your life has never been touched by them. If you know anyone who’s had a stroke, you’ll know how welcome this new method is for helping those persons feel a greater sense of control over their destiny.

We’re off to work on an out of town project this week and will be out of touch. Look for us again next week.