Stroke in Young Adults: Risk Factors in Relation to Gender and Race
Zahra Mohseni, MS, School of Nursing, George Washington University, Sterling, Virginia, USA; Mary Ann Friesen, PhD, Professional Practice, Inova, Falls Church, Virginia, USA; Jalil Bentaleb, BSN, RN, BEc, Nursing Administration, Inova Health System, Alexandria, Virginia, USA
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