Comparison of outcome of cardiac rehabilitation in black women and white women.

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Coronary artery disease is the leading cause of death among black women in the United States. Black women also demonstrate a greater prevalence of coronary risk factors and a higher mortality after myocardial infarction than white women. To evaluate the clinical profile and outcome of black women in an urban-based cardiac rehabilitation program, 35 black… (More)

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