Technology allows rapid assessment of stroke victims to be done

By Anthony Bunn
Updated July 30 2015 - 10:36pm, first published 4:09am
BACK ON TRACK: Cobram farmer Phillip Dick with his daughter Laura and wife Alison after recovering from a stroke thanks to telemedicine. Picture: DAVID THORPE

THE odds of surviving and recovering from a stroke have skyrocketed for Border residents, thanks to a new service giving access to neurological specialists.

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