Physicians debate stroke prevention strategies

10/15/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Although an invasive stroke prevention strategy is considered advisable for symptomatic patients who can withstand treatment, there is less accord on how to handle asymptomatic patients, according to this blog post. Experts do agree, however, that research comparing surgery, stenting and medical therapy is essential to clear up the issue.

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