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Scripps Cardiologist Explains Why Heart Disease in Women is Often Missed

Scripps Women's Heart Center physician featured in U-T

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Scripps Women's Heart Center physician featured in U-T

Poulina Uddin, MD, a cardiologist at Scripps Clinic, recently discussed women and heart disease with The San Diego Union-Tribune. Dr. Uddin, a member of the heart team at the Scripps Women's Heart Center, explained how women experience different symptoms than men when they are having a heart attack.

Read the story in The San Diego Union-Tribune: Subtle symptoms make females more vulnerable in heart attack

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