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Read the stories of women living with cardiovascular disease.

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Treating Heart Disease
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"Women are less likely than men to receive the appropriate treatment
after a heart attack and are more likely than men to die in the first
year after a heart attack."

Treating women:

Learn more about treating heart disease:

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. . . recent questions and responses 
      focused on women and heart disease.

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Updated April 2012
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