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Assessing Advancements in Cardiology: Women & Heart Disease

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Assessing Advancements in Cardiology: Women & Heart Disease

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    Previously thought to mostly affect men, heart disease puts an equal or greater number of women at risk. What do we need to know about protecting them from this life-threatening condition? Dr. Nanette Wenger, a Professor of Medicine in the division of cardiology at Emory University School of Medicine, joins us to discuss the prevalence of heart disease among women.

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    Previously thought to mostly affect men, heart disease puts an equal or greater number of women at risk. What do we need to know about protecting them from this life-threatening condition? Dr. Nanette Wenger, a Professor of Medicine in the division of cardiology at Emory University School of Medicine, joins us to discuss the prevalence of heart disease among women.

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