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Women less likely to undergo angioplasty after a heart attack, says study of nonagenarian patients

Women with heart disease are less likely to receive surgical treatment than men, even though it is associated with greater benefits for women. Data from a study carried out by Hospital Clínic demonstrated this. The study analysed the impact of techniques used to restore blood flow to coronary arteries in patients over 90 years of age.   

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