Black stroke victims call family before 911

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Black stroke victims call family before 911



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A recent study revealed that black stroke victims are more likely to call their friends and family for help when experiencing symptoms of a stroke than they are to call 911. This speaks to a need for paramedics to inform patients about the long-term damage strokes can cause, and the necessity for calling paramedics.

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