Quick action is crucial to surviving a stroke

[WCCO-TV, May 7, 2019] It was a weekend of watching the Master’s Golf Tournament on TV a few Sundays ago when Todd Rosewell noticed growing signs he might be having a stroke. His wife called 9-1-1 and the paramedics, instead of taking him to the nearest hospitals, brought him to United Hospital’s Comprehensive Stroke Center. Rosewell credits that decision with saving his life. Just a few weeks later and Rosewell, just 45 years old, shows no outward signs of his stroke and he’s ready to return to work in a few days.

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