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Women, Stroke and the Red Dress: Cerebrovascular Disease

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Uploaded on Jan 30, 2008

Monisha Kumar and Anna Finley Caufield, professors of neurology at the Stanford University Medical Center, discuss the disparities in stroke statistics. In most age groups, more men than women will suffer a stroke in a given year. But at the same time, more than half of total stroke deaths occur in women. Why do women have a greater chance of dying from stroke than men?

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