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Published on Aug 28, 2007
We don't get many second chances. This one could save your life. A TIA or transient ischemic stroke is a mini-stroke. Symptoms usually go away within twenty-four hours and you feel fine again. But if you don't get to a stroke center or hospital fast, you risk a full-fledged stroke that can change your life forever. Don't take that chance. Contact National Stroke Association at 1-800-STROKES, or visit stroke.org. and find out more about recognizing stroke symptoms fast. Do it now. While there's still time.