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<p>Clot-busting drugs can be used to treat patients with ischemic strokes, but there are no good pharmacological alternatives for patients with intracerebral hemorrhages (ICH). This is a concerning treatment gap because ICH-type stroke outcomes can be dire. The creators of a new trial are testing whether a drug already used in other applications can offer benefits to patients with ICH strokes.</p>

Researchers to Test Groundbreaking Treatment for Intracerebral Hemorrhage-Type Strokes