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The burden of stroke is increasing in developing countries that struggle to manage it efficiently. A gorup od Portuguese doctors  identified determinants of early case-fatality among stroke patients in Maputo, Mozambique, to assess the impact of in-hospital complications. Paper published on Int J of Stroke official journal of the WSO. On the same issue a paper on low cost lysis perspective with streptokinase.

air pollution from mumbai to nairobi, a study confirms that air pollution peaks may contribute to increase the risk of hospitalization for stroke and particulate matter seems to be a significant risk factor, especially for lacunar stroke









Seems more and more evident that  levels of air pollution considered safe by health care authorities such as WHO can contribute to higher rates of cognitive decline, stroke, and heart attack, according to many paper recently published.

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Developing Medicine promotes and encourages local activities focusing on new frontiers of health care. Here available the proceedings of the Giornata scienfifica Umbra sulla sclerosi multipla (in Italian) text abstracts and audio mp3 part 1, part 2 part 3. The local event offered a great opportunity to exchange opinions and ideas in MS terapy to local health care personnel (Cascia, Foligno, Perugia, Terni, Trevi Hospitals and Services).

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