Stroke sufferer wants more rehab for young
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Stroke sufferer wants more rehab for young

A man who suffered a stroke aged just 26, says he wants more rehabilitation treatment to be made available for young people.

David Noblet, a student at the University of Nottingham, said he was told it was unlikely he would walk again but managed to get back on his feet after a stay at a private rehabilitation centre.

NHS England said it was developing a new national plan for stroke care.

  • 02 Dec 2018
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