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CVD Risk in Special Female Populations

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    Many studies suggest that metabolic syndrome is a more accurate predictor of cardiovascular disease in women, many of whom are vulnerable to the disease process starting in their late teenage years and extending post-menopause. Is there an ideal age at which to begin focusing our attention here? Host Dr. Larry Kaskel welcomes Robert Wild, MD, PhD, MPH, professor of reproductive endocrinology at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, to tackle questions on atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease and its link to metabolic syndrome.

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    Many studies suggest that metabolic syndrome is a more accurate predictor of cardiovascular disease in women, many of whom are vulnerable to the disease process starting in their late teenage years and extending post-menopause. Is there an ideal age at which to begin focusing our attention here? Host Dr. Larry Kaskel welcomes Robert Wild, MD, PhD, MPH, professor of reproductive endocrinology at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, to tackle questions on atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease and its link to metabolic syndrome.

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Schedule20 Jun 2024