Women with heart disease share their stories in Heart Matters magazine, plus advice and support if you have been diagnosed yourself.
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Heart disease kills more women than breast cancer, but women have more difficulty getting diagnosed than men.
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Our new research strategy outlines how, with your support, we’ll fund more research into cardiovascular conditions and treatments over the next five years.
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24 November 2015
Every 3 minutes, someone in the UK is struck by a heart attack.
Around 30% of heart attacks are fatal.
Around 2.3 million people in the UK are living with coronary heart disease.