Stroke In The News

SNSA in the News – Friday 2 June 2017

The following first appeared in Straits Times Forum page A34 – Friday 2 June 2017: The Singapore National Stroke Association aims to raise stroke awareness in Singapore through various avenues, including public education talks. We are happy to see that the appropriate action was taken when it was suspected that someone was suffering a stroke (Private

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Struck by a stroke at 24 – The Straits Times

A 36-year-old Singaporean businesswoman’s recent death from a stroke while on a business trip in Hong Kong has shone the spotlight on a condition that strikes mostly older people. The median age of stroke patients admitted to public hospitals in Singapore is 67 years old, according to statistics from the National Registry of Diseases Office.

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