“Despite modern medicine, an aneurysm rupture remains a fairly life-threatening disease with high morbidity and mortality rates. More neuroscience research is still needed in stroke and brain injury to allow for better recovery from subarachnoid haemorrhage. Science progresses in small but definite steps. Hopefully one day, all patients of brain haemorrhage can fully recover with no functional or cognitive impairment.”
Dr Vincent Ng Yew Poh Consultant Dept of Neurosurgery National Neuroscience Institute
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