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IN THE NEWS




Dr. Elkind
Dr. Mitchell S. Elkind

US NEWS & WORLD REPORT/HEALTHDAY

Stroke Risk Rises With Duration of Type 2 Diabetes: Study


by Serena Gordon
March 1, 2012
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Dr. Elkind
Dr. Mitchell S. Elkind

BOSTON GLOBE

Study Finds Stroke Risk Increases with Duration of Diabetes


by Chelsea Conaboy
March 3, 2012
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Dr. Randolph Marshall
Dr. Randolph S. Marshall

NPR

Experimental Magnetic Pulses May Help Heal A Brain After Stroke


by Jon Hamilton
December 15, 2011
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Also covered by:

USA Today:

Brain stimulation may help some stroke patients. By Steven Reinberg December 16, 2011





Dr. Randolph Marshall
Dr. Randolph S. Marshall

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Brain injuries not created equal: Why Bret Michaels lived while Gary Coleman's hemorrhage was fatal


by Rosemary Black
June 2, 2010
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Dr. Krakauer
Dr. John W. Krakauer

CHARLIE ROSE



The Acting Brain


Episode 3 of the Charlie Rose’s Brain Series Round table discussion featuring Columbia's Dr. Eric Kandell, Dr. Thomas Jessell and Dr. John Krakauer and Dr. Daniel Wolpert, University of Cambridge and Dr. Robert Brown's Massachusetts General Hospital.
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Dr. Randolph S. Marshall and Dr. J.P. Mohr
Dr. Randolph S. Marshall            Dr. J.P. Mohr

WNYC: The Leonard Lopate Show

Please Explain: Strokes
Dr. Randolph S. Marshall and Dr. J.P. Mohr explain stroke and aphasia — the causes, effects, and medical advances.


November 20, 2009







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Dr. Elkind
Dr. Mitchell S. Elkind

THE NEW YORK TIMES

Risks: 5 Pathogens Linked to Risk For Stroke


by Roni Caryn Rabin
Published: November 12, 2009

"Many strokes cannot be explained by known risk factors like high blood pressure and smoking, and scientists have speculated that infection could play a role. A new study is linking cumulative exposure to five common pathogens with an increased risk for stroke"
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living with stroke

Living With: Stroke


» The New York Times Video: Dr. Randolph Marshall on Stroke Rehabilitation


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