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Scripps Neurologist Discusses Stroke Among Younger People

Stroke expert explains stroke in wake of actor Luke Perry's death

Dr. Mary Kalafut, a neurologist at Scripps Clinic, discusses stroke with Fox 5.

Dr. Mary Kalafut, Neurology, Scripps Clinic

Stroke expert explains stroke in wake of actor Luke Perry's death

Mary Kalafut, MD, a neurologist at Scripps Clinic, recently discussed how stroke can affect people even at a relatively young age, such as actor Luke Perry, who died after a suffering a massive stroke at the age of 52.


View the segment on Fox 5: Stroke not uncommon in younger people experts say

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