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Blood transfusions could protect stroke patients from brain damage – Daily Mail

Friday, 28 August, 2020

Blood transfusions could protect stroke patients from brain damage – Daily Mail

Blood transfusions may have the potential to protect patients from brain damage following a stroke, a study on mice has suggested (stock image)

 
Blood transfusions may have the potential to protect patients from brain damage following a stroke, a study on mice has suggested.

Caused by inadequate blood supply reaching parts of the brain — either via a blood clot or burst vessel — strokes often lead to long-term disabilities.

The condition is also one of Britain's biggest killers — with the more than 100,000 strokes that occur in the UK each year leading to around 38,000 deaths.

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