19% of stroke survivors don't take blood thinners

12/14/2009 | Yahoo!

A seven-year study of ischemic stroke survivors found 19% didn't take blood thinners to reduce their risk of another stroke. Men, older patients and non-Hispanic patients were more likely to take blood thinners, the research showed.

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