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TeleStroke allows faster, better treatment

Program on track to handle 120 calls this fiscal year, doctor says

RUTH BONNEVILLE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>Dr. Esseddeeg Ghrooda diagnoses a fake patient in The Pas from the Health Sciences Centre in Winnipeg during a mock scenario. Ghrooda is the director of TeleStroke, which allows doctors to examine stroke patients virtually.</p></p>

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Dr. Esseddeeg Ghrooda diagnoses a fake patient in The Pas from the Health Sciences Centre in Winnipeg during a mock scenario. Ghrooda is the director of TeleStroke, which allows doctors to examine stroke patients virtually.

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