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An account of the origin, within the American Heart Association, of a council devoted to vascular disease of the central nervous system, with particular attention to the context in which that occurred, is presented in this article. The forces of a service-charitable organization, political action, medical practice in general, and interested, strong-witted citizens provided the stimuli for the development of the Stroke Council.
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