Four new biomarkers show promise for stroke prediction

Written by Mollie Spindler

Researchers at the Boston University Schools of Medicine and Public Health (MA, USA) have identified four new biomarkers for stroke, following a 9-year study into 15 inflammatory biomarkers. The researchers suggest that these new blood markers could be used for stroke development prognosis, permitting earlier implementation of prevention therapies to improve patient outcomes. The levels of the 15 biomarkers in 3224 participants from the Framingham Heart Study Offspring Cohort were measured and their health monitored for the period of nine years. 98 of the 3,224 participants had a stroke within the study period. Of the 15 measured biomarkers, four showed...

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