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Stroke awareness can prevent long-term side effects

7:20 PM, May 26, 2013
Pam Murray, a case manager at Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital, experienced a stroke in April 2011 and returned to work in August 2012.
Pam Murray, a case manager at Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital, experienced a stroke in April 2011 and returned to work in August 2012.
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Stoke survivor Pam Murray, 55, of Stratford, said she had family history of stroke and slightly high blood pressure, but the stroke she experienced April 10, 2011, took her by surprise.

"I was watching TV at 9:30 in the morning and was about to go shopping," Murray recalled. "I got dizzy getting up, had bad vertigo and collapsed."

A stroke can occur suddenly, present differently in each patient and result in longterm side effects, so it is important to be aware of common symptoms and seek medical attention immediately after a suspected stroke, Marshfield Clinic neurologist and stroke ...

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