Health Headlines: BP test overhaul, Stroke care and Cancer

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BP test overhaul - The Guardian
Changes to the way blood pressure is measured could lead to a reduction in the number of people under 40 diagnosed with the condition. Blood pressure testing to be made more accurate.

Stroke care - The Daily Telegraph
One in four people would miss the signs of a stroke and so fail to call an ambulance, research suggests. One in four would fail to call ambulance for stroke victim

Cancer - The BBC
Scientists at the UK's Institute of Cancer Research have prevented breast cancer spreading to other organs in mice by blocking a chemical. Blocking enzyme cut cancer spread

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