Barbra Streisand Women’s Heart Center at Cedars Sinai

Los Angeles, CA
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SmartBreast

Melbourne, Australia
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Patient Story - Joanna Mihailidis

Sydney, Australia
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International Heart Spasms Alliance

London, UK
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Patient Story - Sarah Brown

United Kingdom
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Radboud University Medical Center

Nijmegen, The Netherlands
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Patient Story - Matgorzata Skaza

Krakow, Poland
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Women’s Heart Clinic of the National Heart Centre of Singapore

Singapore
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Patient Story - Shahajadee "Dolly" Sultana

Bangladesh
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Emory’s Women’s Heart Clinic

Atlanta, GA
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Ms. Diagnosed

New York
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Sociedad Interamericana de Cardiología

Mexico City, Mexico
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Clinica CardioVID

Medelin, Colombia
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Patient Story - Nelly Margarita Giraldo

Colombia, South America
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Mayo Clinic

Rochester, MN
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Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada

Ottawa, ON, Canada
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Russian Society of Cardiology

Moscow, Russia
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Patient Story - Zahraa Abdou Fqiri

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
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Click on the pin drops to hear from women with heart disease and learn about women’s heart disease initiatives around the world.

FACTS AND FIGURES

35%

of deaths in women worldwide due to heart disease
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275M

women living with cardiovascular disease worldwide.
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#1

High blood pressure is the most important risk factor contributing to cardiovascular mortality in women.
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#1

Solomon Islands is the country with the highest rate of years of life lost from cardiovascular disease among women.
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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE COMMISSION

Risk Factors

Explore sex-predominant, well-established and under-recognized risk factors.
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The Lifecycle of Cardiovascular Disease

Discover opportunities to deliver comprehensive cardiovascular care and intervene over the lifecycle of a woman.
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The Changing Face

Identify the women who are at the most risk for cardiovascular disease globally.
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The Impact of COVID 19

The COVID-19 pandemic provides a powerful demonstration of how sex-related biological factors and gender-associated factors interact.
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RELATED RESOURCES

American Heart Association Go Red for Women

A comprehensive platform designed to increase women’s heart health awareness and serve as a catalyst for change to improve the lives of women globally.
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Take Her Health to Heart

A public awareness campaign to encourage recruitment, enrollment and retention of women in cardiovascular device trials.
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FAITH App

The FAITH! project has created a culture for inclusion of racial/ethnic minority women in clinical trials within cardiology.
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SIAC Online Course

The “Virtual Course of Cardiopathies in Women” aims to discuss cardiovascular disease of women and their risk factors.
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