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More and more women are living longer heart-healthy lives thanks to an array of new and improved drugs and other interventions to help manage heart disease and related risk factors.

The combination of treatments recommended by your heart team will depend on a number of factors, including your age, stage of disease and other health conditions you may have (e.g., diabetes, anemia). In addition to lifestyle changes that support your heart health, your doctor may also recommend medication, surgery and cardiac rehabilitation.



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