10Q Report: Advancing Women’s Heart Health through Improved Research, Diagnosis and Treatment

The 10Q Report, published in 2011 by SWHR and WomenHeart, is a call to action by leading cardiovascular experts on the top 10 questions regarding women’s heart health. The report outlines prominent evidence gaps regarding the causation, prevention, recognition, and management of cardiovascular disease in women. It emphasizes that underrepresentation of women in trials of cardiovascular clinical procedures and therapies, and when enrolled, inadequate provision of gender-specific analyses, limit the ability to define the specific benefits and risks experienced by women.

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The 10Q Report, published in 2011 by SWHR and WomenHeart, is a call to action by leading cardiovascular experts on the top 10 questions regarding women’s heart health. The report outlines prominent evidence gaps regarding the causation, prevention, recognition, and management of cardiovascular disease in women. It emphasizes that underrepresentation of women in trials of cardiovascular clinical procedures and therapies, and when enrolled, inadequate provision of gender-specific analyses, limit the ability to define the specific benefits and risks experienced by women.

Read the Report