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As a champion against coronary artery disease (CAD), you can help educate and empower women around the world. Each resource has been designed for advocates like you to help Spread the Word about the challenges of diagnosing or ruling out CAD in women. So what are you waiting for? Go Spread the Word and help protect the hearts of the women you love!

  1. Start the Conversation About CAD in Women

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    • Did you know that a woman's risk of coronary artery disease (CAD) increases with her age? Don’t ignore your symptoms. Talk to your healthcare provider, and ask about your testing options. #GoSpreadtheWord http://GoSpreadTheWord.com/learn-about-cad/
    • Concerned that you or someone you know may be at risk of coronary artery disease (CAD)? Women can respond differently to cardiac testing, so do your research. Some tests may help you avoid unnecessary risks, such as exposure to radiation. #GoSpreadtheWord http://GoSpreadTheWord.com/know-your-testing-options/
    • Women with obstructive CAD (a blockage in their heart arteries), often exhibit different, less obvious symptoms than men. Use this checklist to identify the symptoms that may suggest a blockage in your heart arteries. #GoSpreadtheWord http://GoSpreadTheWord.com/CADSYMPTOMSCHECKLIST
  2. Keep Spreading the Word

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