Source: Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada

At the first sign of a stroke, time is of the essence. For every minute of delay in treatment, people typically lose almost two million brain cells. Yet a new study reveals that those delays — in getting the right tests and the right drugs — can be longer when people experience a stroke in a hospital. “Intuitively, you would imagine that having a stroke in the hospital is the best place possible, and that is just not the case,” says one expert.

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