Study finds racial disparity in heart attack survival rates

10/20/2010 | Reuters

A study including a 15-year follow-up showed that black patients were more likely than white counterparts to die from a heart attack, even when they were slightly younger. One expert said it was difficult to pinpoint the sources of the disparity and that multiple factors may play a role.

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