UF: Study finds genetic predictor of serious hemorrhagic stroke complications

UF: Study finds genetic predictor of serious hemorrhagic stroke complications

UF: Study finds genetic predictor of serious hemorrhagic stroke complications

University of Florida Health researchers have found a possible predictor for little understood — but often disabling or even fatal — stroke complications.

The findings, published today in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, may extend to other neurological disorders, said Sylvain Doré, lead author and a professor of anesthesiology, neurology, psychiatry, pharmaceutics and neuroscience at UF’s College of Medicine.

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