Spain launches stroke strategy to stem "great increase ahead"
This article was originally published in Clinica
Spain set out today a stroke strategy that aims to tackle a predicted "great increase" in incidence in the coming years. The national plan is in line with the EU's 2015 objectives for preventing and managing stroke. The disease was the second-leading cause of death in Spain in 2006, with almost 33,000 fatal cases. Among women, it was the leading cause of death in women, with over 19,000. Details, analysis and industry response to follow.
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