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Health Minister denies stroke delays

Wed, 20 Jan 2016


Stroke patients don't wait for diagnosis and treatment on the Isle of Man.

That's according to the Health and Social Care Minister following questioning by South Douglas MHK Kate Beecroft in Tynwald yesterday.

Public Heath England recommends that treatment takes place between three and six hours after a stroke occurs.

Howard Quayle says he'll look into the current out-of-hours service nonetheless:

 

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