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Heart Procedure Shown to Benefit High Risk Women


The World Health Organization estimates that at least seven and a half million people die every year from heart disease. Women and men are equally at risk, especially as they age. Yet most research on the effectiveness of a routine heart procedure called cardiac catheterization has been done on men. VOA's Melinda Smith has more on a recent study which shows this procedure can also benefit women.

Some Video Courtesy - Journal Of The American Medical Association

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