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IU Health researchers lead pioneering stroke research

12/11/2014

Until about 15 years ago, if you had a certain kind of stroke—an intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH)—what happened in your brain afterward was something of a mystery. ICHs have higher mortality rates than any other kind of stroke, but unlike other types there are no specific treatment options.

For that reason ICH has been like an orphan among the

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After brain surgery, a mother’s motto: no fear

11/13/2014

Angela Castelli was running errands and having routine maintenance done on her car last winter when she got a phone call that upped the ante on her relationship with God. After a lengthy trail of doctors’ visits over the course of several years, the 32-year-old mom had just completed an MRI to determine the cause for blurred vision and pressure in

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