New F.A.S.T stroke awareness campaign launched in eight languages

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Updated April 14 2021 - 11:39pm, first published October 20 2020 - 12:00am
Stroke survivor Rocco with his wife Cecilia who recognised the signs of stroke in her husband. Prompt treatment led to recovery.
Stroke survivor Rocco with his wife Cecilia who recognised the signs of stroke in her husband. Prompt treatment led to recovery.

Stroke doesn't care what language you speak - that's why the Stroke Foundation's latest campaign is targeting culturally and linguistically diverse communities delivering the life-saving F.A.S.T message in eight languages.

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Eileen Wood

Senior Journalist

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