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US News & World Report: Black, Latino patients have better outcomes following stroke

Research shows young black and Latino people who have had a stroke have better outcomes

A study of patients recovering from hemorrhagic, or bleeding, strokes suggests young black or Latino people may be less likely than young white people to experience disabilities or death within three months of the stroke.

Daniel Woo, lead author on the paper published in the journal Neurology, professor in the Department of Neurology and Rehabilitation Medicine at UC and a UC Health physician, expains more in Local 12 and WVXU reports. 

His research is also covered in U.S. News & World Report and UPI.

Read the original release. 

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