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Dr Nikki Stamp FRACS Jun 18
Women who have a - have higher in hospital mortality - take an hour longer to get/go to hospital - take longer to get an ECG - take longer to open the artery - less revascularisation
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Ruth Webster 17 May 18
Invest $1 in women's health and get back $7 ROI. @HeartAust
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Cate Ferry Nov 29
Excited to be at the Women and Heart Disease Forum @HeartAust in Newcastle
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A/Prof Jodie Ingles Sep 4
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Ruth Webster 17 May 18
Heart disease is an issue even for young pregnant women.... not just overweight old men @HeartAust
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Juju Jan 30
Wear red this Friday on February 1st to show support for women and heart disease everywhere!❤️
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Angela Hehir Jun 25
Commitment, passion, expertise of all involved. Love being part of the building momentum
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LaurenceVick Sep 11
‘Women Die From Heart Attacks More Often Than Men. Here’s Why’ Barbara Sadick writing in April 2019 on the cardiology gender gap and how this endangers women’s health via
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Ruth Webster 17 May 18
Eclampsia and gestational diabetes are risk factors for premature heart disease. Having had GD this hits home @HeartAust
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Allmypromotions Feb 11
for sharing your story about your heart surgery and bring awareness ❤️
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Angela Hehir May 10
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Will Parsonage 27 Sep 17
A forum highlighting emerging research and clinical advances for women with heart disease @HeartAust
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LaurenceVick Aug 21
my contribution to the campaign to raise awareness of the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation disparities in women's heart disease.
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Esther Han 17 May 18
“Women are good at saying I’ll be fine, but you need to put yourself first and listen to your body” - Jo Dean at @HeartAust ‘making the invisible visible” campaign launch.
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The Cardiovascular Initiative 17 May 18
Thanks to Kerry Doyle and Heart Foundation for organising a great event, Women with Heart Luncheon ❣ . Raising awareness is so important.
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Sarah Wiedersehn 17 May 18
Women, listen to your body and get a heart health check ❤️
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Dr Nikki Stamp FRACS Oct 30
It's the last day of October and I'm pretty pleased to have completed another for @HeartAust again this year. I'm pretty pleased to have raised some 💵 for this cause but also, how strong is my heart now?
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Jessica G.Y. Luc, MD Feb 2
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WA Health Nov 13
Heart disease kills 22 Australian women every day 💗 Looking after ourselves is important
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Dr Melinda Hutchesson 4 Jun 18
On the Central Coast today to discuss with @HeartAust
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