FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Feb. 15 – An experimental technique that delivers clot-busting medication directly to a brain artery blockage may limit damage done by strokes, researchers reported today at the American Stroke Association’s 26th International Stroke Conference. The American Stroke Association is a division of the American Heart Association.
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