Sex differences in treatment may explain variance in outcomes after stroke

Women have better survival than men after ischaemic stroke – but they are also more disabled and have poorer quality of life, an Australian-led study shows. Researchers from the George Institute for Global Health in Sydney made the findings  after investigating sex differences in treatment and outcomes in 19,652 participants in five international randomised controlled ...

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