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Accentuating the positives while overcoming heart disease

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What a wonderful online community that gives to all kinds of causes.

This request involves that: Heart disease is the number one killer of women in the U.S. Several studies have documented that many women do not receive appropriate attention from their doctors regarding heart disease - for either its treatment or prevention- article on http://heartdisease.about.com/b/2010/08/16/guidelines-for-preventing-heart-disease-in-women.htm?nl=1

Rushed assessments impact healing & recovery options.
This effects family, extended family, friends, professors, students and children coworkers, you name it.
Those of every socioeconomic standing, creed, background and education level can be impacted by delayed diagnosis.
It truly adds stress and complicates the recovery process.

If you could help link one or more persons toward getting back on track to strengthen, it would make a difference of a lifetime.

The journey towards surviving requires resources and time to research through the darkness.
The ability to afford medicine, CoQ enzyme has done miracles to assist those in heart failure and handling repercussions of previous medical errors. Resources and energy to manage through the transitions toward recovery can be tough when funding is lacking.
2 interesting links.. hope its useful for anyones reference.
http://www.rightdiagnosis.com/news/women_s_heart_attacks_poorly_diagnosed_compared_to_men.htm

http://www.rightdiagnosis.com/h/heart_attack/underly.htm Its commonplace that doctors will not or do not even factor in genetic issues or risk factors beyond clogged arteries.
Thanks a bunch for reading. This is going into a larger network soon.

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