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WJZ Health Watch: Women Who've Had Heart Attacks Less Likely Than Men To Receive High-Intensity Statins

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WJZ Health Watch: Women Who've Had Heart Attacks Less Likely Than Men To Receive High-Intensity Statins

WJZ Health Watch: Women Who've Had Heart Attacks Less Likely Than Men To Receive High-Intensity Statins

A new study finds women who've had a heart attack are less likely than men to receive high-intensity statins, which are recommended to prevent further heart attacks and strokes.

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