Harvard Heart Letter

Research we're watching: Heart attacks in younger women: Less treatment, more deaths

Women who have heart attacks before age 60 may be less likely to receive a lifesaving procedure to restore blood flow to the heart than men in that age group. Women were also more likely to die in the hospital compared with men.

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