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Session Details

Ischaemic heart disease in women: why do we manage them differently?
28 Aug 14:00 - 15:30 Angina pectoris stable Abstract Session, Gender Track Riga - Zone B
Chairpersons: JS Hochman (New York, US), M Imazio (Torino, IT)

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