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“I’m one of a million reasons why stroke research is worth saving.”

Ronnie's story
"Research into new stroke treatments has been a lifesaver. Without research, it would have been a completely different outcome."
Ruth's story
"When I got home from hospital, my mental health started going rapidly downhill. I didn't have a clue that the stroke was causing it."
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Find out more about our research
Amazing Brains
'Amazing Brains: The remote revolution’ is a virtual event to celebrate progress and innovation in the latest stroke research.
Hope in a virtual world
Eva Park could be a lifeline to stroke survivors with communication problems.
Taking speech therapy research online
Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, stroke researchers like Lucy have been finding new ways to help people rebuild their lives.