Episode 5 – Beating the Odds: What it Takes to Have a Healthy Heart
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  Heart disease is the #1 killer of both women and men in the United States. The latest statistics indicate 1-in-2 Americans will develop some form of cardiovascular disease. What is being done to change this trend? We have brought together leading experts who are taking on heart disease. Episode guests: Martha Gulati, MD, MS, Guy Reed (Dean of the UA College of Medicine – Phoenix), MD, MS, and Taben Hale, MD Hosted by: Jonathan Lifshitz, PhD, and Katie Brite, MD  
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