Stroke: working toward a prioritized world agenda.

@article{Hachinski2010StrokeWT,
  title={Stroke: working toward a prioritized world agenda.},
  author={Vladimir Hachinski and Geoffrey Alan Donnan and Philip B. Gorelick and Werner Hacke and Steven C. Cramer and Markku Kaste and Marc Fisher and Michael Brainin and Alastair M Buchan and Eng H. Lo and Brett E. Skolnick and Karen L. Furie and Graeme J. Hankey and Miia Kivipelto and John Morris and Peter M. Rothwell and Ralph L. Sacco and Sidney C. Smith and Yulun Wang and Alan Bryer and Gary A. Ford and C Iadecola and Sheila C. O. Martins and Jeff L Saver and Veronika Skvortsova and Mark Bayley and Martin Bednar and Pamela W Duncan and Lori A. Enney and Seth Finklestein and Theresa A. Jones and Lalit Kalra and Jeff Kleim and Ralph Nitkin and Robert William Teasell and Cornelius Weiller and Bhupat Desai and Mark P. Goldberg and W-D Heiss and Osmo Saarelma and Lee H Schwamm and Yukito Shinohara and Bhargava Trivedi and Nils Wahlgren and Lawrence Ka Sing Wong and Antoine M. Hakim and Bo Norrving and Stephen Prudhomme and Natan M. Bornstein and Stephen M Davis and Larry B. Goldstein and Didier Leys and Jaakko Tuomilehto},
  journal={Cerebrovascular diseases},
  year={2010},
  volume={30 2},
  pages={127-47}
}
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE The aim of the Synergium was to devise and prioritize new ways of accelerating progress in reducing the risks, effects, and consequences of stroke. METHODS Preliminary work was performed by 7 working groups of stroke leaders followed by a synergium (a forum for working synergistically together) with approximately 100 additional participants. The resulting draft document had further input from contributors outside the synergium. RESULTS Recommendations of the Synergium… CONTINUE READING

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