Cardiovascular Disease in Women
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in women worldwide. Because symptoms of cardiovascular disease in women may differ from those in men, we are confronted with gender differences, with CVD being understudied, underdiagnosed, and undertreated in women. Patients tell their stories.
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Living with a heart condition
When five new ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines were launched at ESC Congress 2019, members of the Patient Forum shared their experiences of living with chronic coronary syndrome, SVT and pre-diabetes.
Noémi De Stoutz (CHD & SVT)
Inga Drossart (SVT)
Jim Ainslie (CAD)
Paul McGreavy (Pre diabetes and coronary disease)