Radio Grabs: Act Fast, National Stroke Week

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RADIO GRABS: Act FAST, National Stroke Week

Monday, 15 September 2008: Starting today 1.3 million wallet cards will be handed-out to help educate

Australians on the signs of a stroke, the nation’s second biggest killer.

The campaign follows new figures which highlight a disturbing number of people don’t know the signs

of a stroke, putting victims at serious risk of brain injury and death.

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Telephone Grab Hotline: 1300 732 445, Menu 2, Option 4 (NSF-2024)

Spokesperson: Dr Erin Lalor, National Stroke Foundation

#1 (20 Seconds): Says we should all know the signs of a stroke and be prepared to act FAST...

#2 (13 Seconds): Says even young people should know the signs and be prepared to act FAST…

#3 (13 Seconds): Says the campaign is part of National Stroke Week which begins today…

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