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There’s no reason to believe that, once licenced for ischaemic stroke, these treatments can’t be used in haemorrhagic stroke, says Michael Chopp, a researcher in stroke treatments at Henry Ford Hospital in Michigan

Michael Chopp, a researcher in stroke treatments at Henry Ford Hospital in Michigan, says that cell-based treatments have shown promise in animal models of haemorrhagic stroke

Source  Henry Ford Hospital