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U of C study to test heart attack drug on stroke patients
A drug that is used to treat patients with heart attacks is now being tested on people who have suffered a minor stroke. The study is being led by Dr. Selagh Coutts, from the U of C's Hotchkiss Brain Institute. She says the drug, called Tenecteplase, will be tested to see how effective it is in clearing up blood clots. "The study will involve 1,200 patients in the world and Canada will be an important site, as well as Australia and Europe. So we are looking at the next 4-5 years to be able to...
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