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October 09, 2008 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2008-10-09

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Standard stroke treatment
would have left Patricia paralyzed.

Fortunately, Henry Ford created their own standard.

Only one team in Michigan could give Patricia a
medication that could reverse the effects of her stroke.
They are the same team that researched this drug and continues
with many other clinical trials: the Harris Stroke Center
at the Henry Ford Neuroscience Institute.

Michigan's #1 Neurology and Neurosurgery Team

as ranked fry U.S.Alents & World Report

1-800-HENRYFORD

henryforcl.corn

HEALTH SYSTEM

HENRY FO RD
NI.EDICALI. GROUP

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