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Agglomeration effect of medical education: Based on the web of science database

area (physical space) or a certain industry (virtual space) over a certain period of time in accordance with certain links,[ 1 ] in the process of talent flows. Scale is the most important characteristic of talent agglomeration. Currently, there are fairly few specialized expositions by foreign scholars on the meaning of talent agglomeration. In a few exceptions, Giannetti[ 2 ] holds that cooperation among individual laborers varying in skills and expertise will substantially reduce production cost and achieve economies of scale. To realize such benefits, regions

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Advances in Stroke Prevention

intelligent interpretation of the evidence. It was estimated in 2007 that recurrent strokes could be reduced by 80% with a combination of lifestyle modification and medical therapy.[ 56 ] It seems likely that with recent advances, we could achieve even more. We owe our patients every effort; with the aging of the population, strokes can be expected to increase in frequency, and preventable strokes are disastrous for the patient, the family, and the economy of every country. Conflict of Interest : None declared. References 1 Spence JD. Diet for stroke

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