Living With Stroke: A Guide for Patients and Their Families | Paperback
by Richard C. Senelick MD (Author)
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July 01, 2016
Product Description The fifth edition of Living with Stroke updates this highly popular guide for patients and families. There are 800,000 strokes each year and this book provides survivors and families with the wide variety of information and resources in one location. It has received widespread praise from professionals and laymen for its clarity and readability.
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