Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) is the No. 1 killer of women in America today, killing nearly a million women annually. More women will die from CVD than from the top five forms of cancer combined. Few people realize that there are important differences between men and women regarding how the disease is manifested. Denise Barnard, M.D., UCSD Division of Cardiology, and Cecilia Judd, R.N., join us to help educate the viewer in these key differences.