What Women (and Clinicians) Don't Know Hurts Them.

Abstract

T he decline in cardiovascular disease (CVD) mortality has plateaued, keeping CVD the leading cause of death among women (1). Women have experienced slower declines in CVD than men, and recently, premature mortality from coronary heart disease began increasing in U.S. women <50 years of age (2). Few women have ideal cardiovascular health, and risk factor… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jacc.2017.05.037

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