SEATTLE, Oct. 8, 2012 - A short video news story on new research around the use of clot-busting dugs to treat 'mini' strokes was recently posted on the national news sites EverydayHealth.com and AOL.com. The two-minute long piece features an interview with William Likosky, M.D., medical director of Swedish Neuroscience Institute's Stroke Program, as well as a local stroke patient.
If small strokes are left untreated, researchers have found, damage may appear months later. But clot-busting drugs can help if patients get them soon enough.
To view the video and read the transcript posted on EverydayHealth.com, click here.
For more information about Swedish's Stroke Program, click here.