this is personal to me ,,,its a good advert,my dad had a stroke about ten years ago .if we had of done what they told us to do .maybe he wouldnt of lost his speach ,we rang the doctor instead of dialing 999.in that time he had another one.im just glad he,s here today ,but anybody with them symptons must call 999 .....it is a matter of life or death and the quicker you act,you could maybe save someone from some other kind of dissability that a stroke leads to ...emma xxxx
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