Managing Acute Coronary Syndromes in Women: Why and When is a Unique Approach Required features an in-depth interview with Malissa J. Wood, MD, FACC. Wood is the co-director of the Corrigan Women’s Heart Health Program at Massachusetts General Hospital Heart Center, and associate professor at Harvard Medical School. Here, she offers detailed guidance to cardiologists for improving the diagnosing and treatment of heart disease in women. Wood serves as the American College of Cardiology, ACC Chair, Board of Governors, and Secretary, Board of Trustees (2022-2023). This video interview is part of DAIC's One on One ... feature series that profiles a leader in cardiology to share insight, updates and initiatives on a range of hot topics impacting the cardiology community. The series also includes a feature profile and podcast.
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