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Study: Women with hard to diagnose chest pain symptoms at higher risk for cardiovascular events
Date:5/11/2009

hould work with physicians to aggressively modify certain risk factors for heart disease, such as smoking, weight control and cholesterol.

"We are encouraged by our results as we hope it will lead to more effective treatment for women, and feel that future investigations are needed to better understand the progression of heart disease in women," said Gulati.


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