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Issue Feedback: Volume 47 Number 5 - May 2020

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Keith Ratcliff   1 Jun 2020  -   

Maybe I misread it and I am wrong. I think the stroke question gives options as 10000, 20000, 30000 or 50000 but the article reads that the annual affected number of individuals is 150,000 which isn't an option. I opted for 50000 but this was incorrect. I did rush it as I'll never remember such a number so knowing this isn't hugely clinically relevant but just in case there's an error here. K