Ischemic Stroke May Hint at Underlying Cancer

02:17 EDT 8 Sep 2017 | Medscape

Undiagnosed cancer may trigger ischemic stroke events by inducing hypercoagulability, say Spanish researchers. The findings suggest that in particular, older stroke patients should be followed closely.
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