Women more likely to survive heart attacks when treated by female doctors, study says
A new study looked at two decades worth or records from emergency rooms in Florida and found that women are less likely to survive a heart attack than men. Researchers, however, found that their chance of survival goes up when treated by female doctors. TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie reports.
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