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An awarness campaign in Italy by ARS and ALICE. Just developed a leaflet to help recognizing warning signs

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For the World Stroke Day this year, the World Stroke Organization has decided to dedicate it to the woman, Often she is the victim of this disease and needs thereby special attention. ARS Umbria has produced this short spot to help the public to know- understand and better prevent stroke in women. Directed by Marzia Raspa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cardioembolic Stroke as one of the  leading cause of global  disability deserves much more attention from health care authorities, the world stroke organization promotes the suscription of the “world stroke charter”

a signature may save lives

……We call on national governments, policy makers, payers and healthcare providers to take action to improve the lives of those with AF and drastically reduce the risks and costs of AF-related stroke.

The Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention and Control Program on mass.gov published a serie of videos with educational purposes on Stroke

and the winner is…. I extrapolated 220.000 € to Spanish projects while                                100.000 to Italy, Romania, Belg…

Paris, France and Ingelheim, Germany, 29th August 2011 – Last night at an award ceremony in Paris, the 32 winning projects of the global disease awareness initiative 1 Mission 1 Million – Getting to the Heart of Stroke were announced. The projects were chosen by the public and a panel of experts. They will be awarded a share of the €1 million donation to fulfil the overall mission of preventing as many as one million atrial fibrillation (AF)-related strokes through awareness campaigns. 1 Mission 1 Million is supported by over 45 third-party organisations around the world and is sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim.

Every six seconds, regardless of age or gender –
someone somewhere will die from stroke.

This, however, is more than a public health statistic. These are people, who at one time, were someone’s sister, brother, wife, husband, daughter, son, partner, mother, father… friend. They did exist and were loved. Behind the numbers are real lives. The World Stroke Organization (WSO) is calling for urgent action to address the silent stroke epidemic by launching the “One in Six” campaign on World Stroke Day, 29 October.

The objective of the campaign is to put the fight against stroke front and center on the global health agenda. The “One in Six” theme was selected by leaders of the WSO to highlight the fact that in today’s world, one in six people worldwide will have a stroke in their lifetime. Everyone is at risk and the situation could worsen with complacency and inaction.

http://www.worldstrokecampaign.org2010_concept_yellow_light