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Latest News: The European Stroke Conference was held in Nice in May 2014. Main outcomes were the lack of benefit for additional oxygen in the Stroke SOS study and Nitrates in the ENOS study. These were large scale well run excellent UK trials with thousands of patients and credit goes to their investigators. The search goes on to look for early interventions to improve outcomes
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