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“Women with cardiovascular disease (CVD) are less likely to be screened and are treated less aggressively than men. They are also less likely to undergo cardiac procedures. These findings have been seen in urban and rural settings; within and outside of the United States, and among insured and uninsured patients. Differences in patterns of care demonstrate the need for interventions tailored to address gender inequity”.