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02/23/2012 08:44 am ET

Women More Likely To Have Deadly 'Silent' Heart Attacks

They tend to have more deadly 'silent' heart attacks and consequently fail to call a doctor in time, according to US research.

Taking absolute numbers, men under 65 are almost three times more likely to have a heart attack than women of the same age.

But if the survival chances of individual male and female heart attack patients are examined, the picture is quite different.

Read more on The Telegraph

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