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The longer you leave someone without medical care for a stroke, the higher the risk of permanent brain damage. Think FAST

Human brain showing stroke, computer artwork. Source: Getty Images.

Strokes occur when blood supply to brain is lost. They impact one in four people worldwide Australians are being urged to familiarise themselves with the FAST acronym to help save lives after stroke.

FAST resources are available on the Stroke Foundation's website and the Stroke Foundation is also launching a resource designed to help First Nations people with their recovery after stroke.

https://strokefoundation.org.au/

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