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    Every one agrees time to thrombolysis for acute myocardial infarction should be reduced to a minimum. It therefore seems logical that prehospital administration should be a way to achieve this objective. This is certainly a strong message from the UK Department of Health. The evidence for this treatment is reviewed in two papers in this issue. As in any debate, the advocates argue their case from opposing viewpoints to stimulate discussion. However, it seems that we do not have any high level evidence …

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