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African-Americans Less Likely to Call 911 After a Stroke

What stands in the way of Blacks calling 911 when someone has a stroke? Researchers from the University of Michigan found that Black adults and youth worried that they couldn’t afford an ambulance, didn’t understand that strokes were an emergency and were worried that the wait time for an ambulance would be too long, says a university press release


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