Medical research

Broccoli-derived compound could help prevent and treat stroke

A three-year world-first study by Australia's Heart Research Institute (HRI) has found that a common cruciferous vegetable eaten by millions of Australians every day could prevent and treat one of the nation's biggest killers.


Anti-cancer drug could improve symptoms after stroke

A study by the Institut de Neurociències of the UAB (INc-UAB) demonstrates in animal models the benefits of vorinostat after having suffered a stroke. The drug, used in humans to treat cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, has been ...

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