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Dr. Leonard Calabrese: Shingles and strokes, and what it means for the rheumatology community

Dr. Leonard Calabrese: following shingles, the rate of stroke goes up for 30-90 days, and the more serious the shingles, the higher the rate of stroke. See his take on what this means for the rheumatology community.

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