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A recent study by a University of Michigan cardiologist on behalf of a Michigan-wide angioplasty research group produced a sobering statistic: Of 1,551 heart attack patients who had emergency angioplasty at hospitals in Michigan, women waited on average more than 118 minutes before treatment began, compared with 105 minutes for men.

Atypical MI symptoms in women mean delays