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    The value 7 has recently changed to 8 on the webpage, indicating a shift in the time window for mechanical thrombectomy for Acute Ischemic Stroke (AIS) patients, now shown to be safe up to 8 hours after symptom onset in recent trials concerning endovascular therapy.
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    The value 'Participation Criteria 6' has been updated to a detailed description of eligibility criteria, explaining that researchers look for people who fit specific descriptions such as general health condition or prior treatments. The new text also provides examples and directs users to read 'Learn About Studies' for general information about clinical research.
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