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Ask a Specialist: Brain Hemorrhage with Dr. Johnny Sun

Dr. Johnny Sun on the news

Bleeding in the brain can be scary and dangerous. And it can happen without warning. Queen’s is taking part in a clinical trial that may help treat some patients suffering from a brain bleed.

Dr. Johnny Sun, neurointensivist and Medical Director of the Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit talks about the symptoms and prevention of a brain bleed, as well as the clinical trial which Queen’s is participating in on the KHON2 News.

For more information on the study call 808-691-4428. For more information on the Queen’s Neuroscience Institute call 691-8866 or click here for more information.

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