Researchers looking at heart disease in women

04/18/2006 | NYTimes.com

Coronary artery disease has become the leading cause of death among women over 25; and although women are less likely than men to develop heart problems before they reach their 60s, once the disease does occur, women often fare worse than men. Most improvements in the field have been among men, and researchers say more must be known about heart disease in the different genders in order to better treat it in women.

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