Stroke is the fourth leading cause of death in the United States, claiming 150,000 lives and leaving 250,000 people handicapped each year. Since May is¬†American Stroke Month,¬†we've invited neurologist and stroke expert¬†Robert Brown, Jr., M.D., and¬†David Miller, M.D., to join us Saturday, May 17. What causes a stroke and what are the warning signs? If you think you're having a stroke, what should you do? What are the 10 things you can do to prevent a stroke? We hope you'll join us.
Myth or Matter of Fact: Stroke is unpreventable.
Also this week, Stephen Russell, M.D., Ph.D., will talk about this week's incredible announcement about using the measles virus to put a woman with an incurable cancer into remission.¬†
Listen¬†to¬†this week‚Äôs Medical News Headlines:¬†News Segment May 17, 2014 (right click MP3)¬†¬†
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