The addressing of health disparities in heart disease and stroke outcomes is somehow complex because sometimes we employ blame games instead of looking at an angle depending on the direction we come from. Over the last 6 years i have developed an educational symposium for healthcare providers to address women and cardiovascular disease particularly prevention of sudden cardiac death. The focus of the event has been to specifically address disparities in care men are much more likely actively screen at risk women for cardiovascular disease. Doctors and african american communities are obligated to learn more about heart valve disease and the lifesaving procedures available to treat it according to a report from the association of black cardiologists. Cardiovascular disease is the no 1 killer of women in the united states accounting for one in every three female deaths in addition african americans continue to have extremely poor health outcomes when it comes to heart disease as compared to white men is attributed to cardiovascular disease
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