Stroke Down to Fifth-Leading Killer in U.S., but More Work Remains

The Centers for Disease Control recently announced that stroke had dipped to the No. 5 killer of Americans, down from No. 3 just five years ago. Nancy Brown, CEO of the American Heart Association, and Joseph Broderick, MD, Director of the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute, discuss the trend, the hard work that made it happen, and how we can prevent even more strokes in the future.

Media: Huffington Post Blog
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