different strokes

Doggrell, Sheila
October 2005
Investigate;Oct2005, Vol. 5 Issue 57, p52
Deals with the efforts of New Zealand company Neuren to develop drugs to help people who suffer brain damage from strokes, road accidents and heart attacks. Claims of Neuren about its glypromate product; Reason for the devastating effect of stroke; Distinction between ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke.


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