Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the U.S., complicit in roughly 20% of all deaths. Additionally, women can have very different kinds of heart and vascular disease experiences than men and therefore face unique risks. What makes women’s hearts different? What factors as women should we be informed about to promote good heart health?
Join CFE as we welcome a team medical experts for a panel discussion.
Dr. Annabelle Volgman, Professor of Medicine, McMullan-Eybel Chair for Excellence in Clinical Cardiology at Rush University Medical Center; Founder of the Heart Center for Women at Rush (Click for Dr. Volgman's bio)
Dr. Rupa Sanghani, MD, Cardiologist at Rush (Click for Dr. Sanghani's bio)
Gail HasbrouckCFE Member and Board Member of Advocate Health Care
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What to expect:
Dr. Annabelle Volgman and Dr. Rupa Sanghani will highlight these key differences and risk factors in layman’s terms and explain how we can take care of ourselves better. Dr. Volgman and Dr. Sanghani will also discuss strategies we can pursue during the special challenges we face during the coronavirus pandemic to help keep our hearts in great shape for the long-term!
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