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Woman with irregular heartbeat told woman are prone to nervousness

After being sick for more than a year a woman was finally diagnosed and treated with surgery for arrhythmia. While seeking treatment initially, she was told that she was a woman and hence prone to anxiety and panic attacks and gave her a variety of medication - none of which worked. The condition is fatal if undetected.

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About: Woman with irregular heartbeat told woman are prone to nervousness

Date: 29 April 2004

Source: Daily News Sports

Author: Sherry Ross

URL: http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/story/188299p-163011c.html

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