Jo tells her personal story of heart disease, after having 5 stents inserted into her heart in her early 40s, fifteen years later she had a triple bypass.   Jo tells of her family background and genetic history that influenced her heart health. Her personal story tells of the symptoms and processes she went through. Women have heart disease and do suffer heart attacks. Be aware and take action before its too late.

Acknowledgements

This video has been published on Better Health Channel with the permission of the National Heart Foundation of Australia.

Heart disease is the single biggest killer of Australian women. 
You can listen to more women's stories at: https://heartfoundation.org.au/campaigns/making-the-invisible-visible.

Transcript to come

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Last updated: May 2017

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