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Farmers Friend Sep 14
Just seen mum walk up and down stairs for the first time following her stroke. The rehabilitation people have been marvellous in guiding her and us through the maze of recovery.
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Peter corfield 9h
i emptied the dishwasher not bad for a survivor
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Wende Gibbs 8h
Do tell! But I would have thought it would be longer than 2.5 years - I feel cheated ☹️ "After an average of 27 years, people who were highly active and watched little or no TV lived 2.5 years longer free of , heart failure and coronary heart disease.."
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💧 Natasha Lannin Sep 13
The importance of a strong, gvt funded registry program to reduce clinical variability in practice
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Kate Hayward Sep 9
: One common denominator - whether you’re taking about motor, cognition and speech recovery post - is PRACTICE! We need to provide our patients with the opportunity to practice lots!
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Peter corfield Sep 14
follow me if you are a survivor
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R.J. Sorrento Sep 12
“The family changed after my dad passed.” Vic puffed his cigar. “Was it sudden?” Agent Martinez played dumb. The don’s death made headlines, but theories of violent causes lingered. “It was a . He was gone in days. So yeah.” Vic said, a glare in his dark eyes.
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✨Glenys Marriott✨ 16h
One of your biggest fans Phil for your determination to take rehab after so seriously. Few understand the challenges, cost and time scale. Thanks for supporting others with life long neuro conditions
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Annabel Sorby-Adams Sep 14
Fantastic article by Prof. Mike Tymianski highlighting the challenges faced in translational research, costs of failure, and the stigma often associated with and neuroprotection.
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Bill Gross Sep 13
What’s the harm with a little anemia? Very informative (and entertaining) talk by Joseph Fisher on the unappreciated ischemia/ risk of
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Peter corfield Sep 14
9 years ago my life changed a little for the better when i had my i stopped smoking drinking too much alcohol
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Larry Masterson Sep 11
As a survivor of a , I had to regain and relearn things all over again. It is not easy for the person that has the stroke. And during my recovering process, I learned a very important thing. No one will fully understands what we as stroke survivors go through.
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Michael keeling Sep 14
Think I was a bit naive to think could just get back to what I was doing at work following my illness, it takes time.. thankfully lots of support from fab colleagues lucky to work with an amazing supportive MDT 😃
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PainWeek2020 Sep 11
Replying to @arandamdphd
DON'T TELL ME THAT PAIN CAN'T BE MEASURED 😡 😡 ♿️♿️♿️♿️♿️♿️♿️♿️♿️♿️♿️♿️
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Trevor Low Sep 11
Very honoured to have received a doctoral scholarship! Looking forward to completing some exciting projects over the next few years!
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Goddess Penelopemilanix Sep 13
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Sign Against Stroke Sep 12
The worldwide impact of : an infographic.
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Marco Antonio Lobo Sep 11
Interesting first day at the Stroke Workshop! Lots of interesting themes and research surrounding stroke! Looking forwars to tomorrow!
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Princess Su Sep 14
Loop and and loop and and loop and and loop and and loop and and loop and and loop and and loop and and loop and and loop and and loop and and just send Me your damn money already loser. Hurry up.
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LolaBrat🐰🎀 Sep 13
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