Tom Marshall, MB ChB, MSc, PhD

Tom Marshall, MB ChB, MSc, PhD, member of the Royal College of General Practitioners (MRCGP), Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health (FFPH), professor of public health and primary care, Institute of Applied Health Research, University of Birmingham, England, and coauthor of study titled “Risk of stroke and transient ischaemic attack in patients with a diagnosis of resolved atrial fibrillation: retrospective cohort studies” published in BMJ.


Your Atrial Fibrillation Might Not Be Gone After All

A danger lurks for former AFib patients—even if they’ve been told their heart rhythm is back to normal, it might not be.

Cardiovascular Disease

Atrial Fibrillation Gone? You’re Still at Risk for Stroke

Even if your atrial fibrillation was successfully treated, you're still at increased risk for stroke—but you can reduce it.