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by Al-Shahi Salman, Rustam and Minks, David P and Minks, David and Mitra, Dipayan and Rodrigues, Mark A and Bhatnagar, Priya and du Plessis, Johannes and du Plessis, Johann C and Joshi, Yogish and Dennis, Martin S and Dennis, Martin and Murray, Gordon D and Newby, David E and Sandercock, Peter A G and Sprigg, Nikola and Stephen, Jacqueline and Sudlow, Cathie and Sudlow, Cathie L M and Werring, David and Werring, David J and Whiteley, William N and Whiteley, William and Wardlaw, Joanna M and White, Julie and White, Philip M and White, James and White, Susan and Baigent, Colin and Lasserson, Daniel and Sullivan, Frank and Carrie, Johanna and Rojas, Javier and Amoils, Shannon and Bamford, John and Armitage, Jane and Rinkel, Gabriel and Lowe, Gordon and Emberson, Jonathan and Innes, Karen and Dinsmore, Lynn and Drever, Jonathan and Williams, Rebecca and Williams, Carol and Perry, David and Perry, Jack and McGill, Connor and Buchanan, David and Walker, Susannah and Walker, Marion and Walker, Pauli and Walker, Allan and Hutchison, Aidan and Matthews, Christopher and Fraser, Ruth and McGrath, Aileen and Deary, Ann and Anderson, Rosemary and Hansen, Christian and Parker, Richard and Rodriguez, Aryelly and Macleod, Malcolm and Gattringer, Thomas and Palmer, Jeb and Sakka, Eleni and Adil-Smith, Jennifer and Lerpiniere, Christine and O'Brien, Eoin and O'Brien, Richard and Burgess, Seona and Burgess, Laura and Mead, Denise and Mead, Gillian and Paulton, Ruth and Doubal, Fergus and McCormick, Katrina and Hunter, Neil and Hunter, Annemarie and Taylor, Vicky and Taylor, Pat and Parakramawansha, Ruwan and Blair, Caroline and Blair, Gordon and MacRaild, Allan and Parry-Jones, Adrian and Johnes, Mary and Lee, Stephanie and Shaw, Louise and Shaw, Kelly Marie and Burger, Ilse and Punter, Martin and Ingham, Andrea and Perez, Jane and Naing, Zin and Morell, Jordi and Marsden, Tracy and Hall, Andrea and Marshall, Sally and Harrison, Thomas and Harrison, Melanie and Harrison, Louise and ... and RESTART Collaboration
The Lancet Neurology, ISSN 1474-4422, 07/2019, Volume 18, Issue 7, pp. 643 - 652
Findings from the RESTART trial suggest that starting antiplatelet therapy might reduce the risk of recurrent symptomatic intracerebral haemorrhage compared... 
CT | MICROBLEEDS | SUPERFICIAL SIDEROSIS | SIGNS | AMYLOID ANGIOPATHY | ACUTE ISCHEMIC-STROKE | ANTITHROMBOTIC THERAPY | ASPIRIN | CLINICAL NEUROLOGY | Atrophy | Neuroimaging | Anticoagulants | Stroke | Aspirin | Statistical analysis | Medical imaging | Magnetic resonance imaging | Computed tomography | Biomarkers | Hemorrhage
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by Al-Shahi Salman, Rustam and Dennis, MS and Sandercock, PAG and Sudlow, CLM and Wardlaw, JM and Whiteley, WN and Murray, GD and Stephen, J and Newby, DE and Sprigg, N and Werring, DJ and White, Susan and White, PM and White, Julie and White, James and Baigent, Colin and Lasserson, Daniel and Sullivan, Frank and Carrie, Johanna and Rojas, Javier and Amoils, Shannon and Bamford, John and Armitage, Jane and Rinkel, Gabriel and Lowe, Gordon and Emberson, Jonathan and Innes, Karen and Dinsmore, Lynn and Drever, Jonathan and Williams, Rebecca and Williams, Carol and Perry, Jack and Perry, David and McGill, Connor and Buchanan, David and Walker, Pauli and Walker, Marion and Walker, Allan and Walker, Susannah and Hutchison, Aidan and Matthews, Christopher and Fraser, Ruth and McGrath, Aileen and Deary, Ann and Anderson, Rosemary and Hansen, Christian and Parker, Richard and Rodriguez, Aryelly and Macleod, MR and Gattringer, Thomas and Palmer, Jeb and Sakka, Eleni and Adil-Smith, Jennifer and Minks, David and Mitra, Dipayan and Bhatnagar, Priya and du Plessis, Johannes and Joshi, Yogish and Lerpiniere, Christine and O'Brien, Richard and O'Brien, Eoin and Burgess, Laura and Burgess, Seona and Mead, Denise and Mead, Gillian and Paulton, Ruth and Doubal, Fergus and McCormick, Katrina and Hunter, Annemarie and Hunter, Neil and Taylor, Vicky and Taylor, Pat and Parakramawansha, Ruwan and Blair, Gordon and Blair, Caroline and MacRaild, Allan and Parry-Jones, Adrian and Johnes, Mary and Lee, Stephanie and Shaw, Kelly Marie and Shaw, Louise and Burger, Ilse and Punter, Martin and Ingham, Andrea and Perez, Jane and Naing, Zin and Morell, Jordi and Marsden, Tracy and Hall, Andrea and Marshall, Sally and Harrison, Melanie and Harrison, Thomas and Harrison, Louise and Jarapa, Rowilson and Wood, Edith and Wood, Lisa and Wood, Diane and O'Loughlin, Victoria and Cohen, David and Davies, Silvie and ... and RESTART Collaboration
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 06/2019, Volume 393, Issue 10191, pp. 2613 - 2623
Antiplatelet therapy reduces the risk of major vascular events for people with occlusive vascular disease, although it might increase the risk of intracranial... 
DEFINITIONS | MEDICINE, GENERAL & INTERNAL | METAANALYSIS | MANAGEMENT | RESUMPTION | EVENTS | ANTITHROMBOTIC THERAPY | GUIDELINES | PREVENTION | ASPIRIN | INTRACRANIAL HEMORRHAGE | Anticoagulants | Therapy | Stroke | Heart attacks | Embolisms | Health risks | Risk | Systematic review | Hazards | Regression analysis | Patients | Hemorrhage | Thrombosis | Optimization | Disease prevention | Prevention | Randomization | Vascular diseases | Collaboration
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Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, ISSN 1092-4388, 10/2013, Volume 56, Issue 5, pp. 1485 - 1502
Purpose: The impact of clear speech, increased vocal intensity, and rate reduction on acoustic characteristics of vowels was compared in speakers with... 
Clear speech | Vowels | Rate reduction | Dysarthria | Loud speech | TALKER DIFFERENCES | vowels | INTENSIVE VOICE TREATMENT | AUDIOLOGY & SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY | ARTICULATORY KINEMATICS | AMYOTROPHIC-LATERAL-SCLEROSIS | CONVERSATIONAL SPEECH | clear speech | dysarthria | LINGUISTICS | rate reduction | ATAXIC DYSARTHRIA | FUNDAMENTAL-FREQUENCY | TREATMENT LSVT | REHABILITATION | AMERICAN ENGLISH VOWELS | loud speech | PERCEPTUAL FINDINGS | Neurological Impairments | Speech | Acoustics | Articulation (Speech) | Dysarthria - physiopathology | Multiple Sclerosis, Chronic Progressive - physiopathology | Parkinson Disease - complications | Dysarthria - etiology | Reproducibility of Results | Humans | Middle Aged | Male | Multiple Sclerosis, Relapsing-Remitting - physiopathology | Parkinson Disease - physiopathology | Speech Production Measurement - methods | Speech Acoustics | Dysarthria - therapy | Speech Intelligibility - physiology | Speech Production Measurement - standards | Phonetics | Female | Speech Therapy - methods | Aged | Multiple Sclerosis, Chronic Progressive - complications | Multiple Sclerosis, Relapsing-Remitting - complications | Multiple sclerosis | Parkinson's disease | Articulation disorders | Physiological aspects | Speech production | Research | Phonetics, Acoustic | Studies | Speech disorders | Behavior
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Cancer Research, ISSN 0008-5472, 01/2014, Volume 74, Issue 9, pp. 2377 - 2384
Despite the millions of dollars spent on target validation and drug optimization in preclinical models, most therapies still fail in phase III clinical trials.... 
TUMOR XENOGRAFTS | STEM-CELLS | ACTIVATION | INHIBITION | ONCOLOGY | LARGE PANEL | EXPANSION | SENSITIVITY | DIFFERENTIATION | MUTATIONS | EXPRESSION | Cell Line, Tumor | Antineoplastic Agents - pharmacology | Animals | Humans | Drug Screening Assays, Antitumor | Neoplasms - drug therapy
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The New England Journal of Medicine, ISSN 0028-4793, 07/2015, Volume 373, Issue 3, pp. 232 - 242
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