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More in Mass. get drug for stroke

But many arrive at hospital too late

By Liz Kowalczyk
Globe Staff / October 20, 2006

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Massachusetts hospitals have increased significantly the number of stroke patients who get a potentially life-saving drug, two years after the state set quality standards for hospitals providing stroke care. (Full article: 1110 words)

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