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Cooperative Strategies to Develop Effective Stroke and Heart Attack Awareness Messages in Rural American Indian Communities, 2009–2010

MediumRocky Boy’s Reservation, Heart Attack, %P ValueFort Belknap Reservation, Stroke, %P Value

Figure 1.
Survey respondents’ recall of radio and newspaper advertisements at baseline and postcampaign for Rocky Boy’s Reservation, and at baseline, postcampaign, and postmaintenance for Fort Belknap Reservation, Montana, 2008–2010.

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PeriodExperience Sudden Symptoms That Would Not Go Away, %
SpeechP ValueNumbnessP ValueParalysisP Value

Figure 2.
Survey respondents who would call 9-1-1 if They Experienced Stroke Symptoms, at baseline, postcampaign, and postmaintenance, Fort Belknap Reservation, Montana, 2008–2010.

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