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Woman's Heart Health

Season 9, Ep. 4

Dr. Stephanie Coulter from Texas Heart Institute joined Dr. Joe Galati this week on the radio discussing heart health in women. Dr. Coulter is the Director of the Women’s Center for Heart & Vascular Health, the Director of Cardiology Education, and the Program Director of the THI Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship.


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