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Matthew Flaherty, MD, is studying the relationship between blood-thinning drugs, such as warfarin, and the rate of intracerebral hemorrhage.  
Matthew Flaherty, MD
Assistant Professor

Name: Matthew Flaherty, MD
Department: Neurology
Primary Phone: (513) 558-6609
Email Address:
Photo Date: 01/08/07

Neurologist Matthew Flaherty, MD, specializes in the study of cerebrovascular disease.

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