Studies show gender disparities in treating strokes

02/11/2009 | Yahoo!

Women who suffer strokes are more likely than men to experience delays in getting hospital care and are less likely to be treated aggressively, a series of studies found. One study also reported that only 64% of women in atrial fibrillation were on blood thinners to prevent stroke.

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