High economic burden of stroke clearly justifies more emphasis on prevention, say specialists

The annual cost of stroke in the USA is more than $100 billion, with two-thirds attributable to indirect costs (e.g. loss of productivity), according to researchers. They said the findings, added to the human cost of the condition, highlight the need for more extensive public health efforts to prevent stroke.

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