Centralised stroke care saves more lives

6 August 2014

A study led by Professor Stephen Morris and Professor Naomi Fulop (UCL Applied Health Research) has found that the centralisation of stroke services in London, which involved the controversial closure of five hospital units, has saved nearly 100 lives a year. Read: Guardian, More: Independent, BBC News, Times (£), Guardian Science, UCL News, Listen: BBC Radio 4 'Today' (from 1 hour 24 mins)