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PCOS and Cardiovascular Health – How to Protect Your Heart

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Dr. Katherine Sherif, Director of Jefferson Women’s Primary Care, discusses ways women with PCOS can prevent and manage cardiovascular disease and improve their heart health.

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Katherine Sherif - Jefferson Women's Primary Care
Katherine Sherif, MD
Director
Jefferson Women's
Primary Care

Women with polycystic ovary syndrome constitute the largest group of women at risk for developing cardiovascular disease. Dr. Katherine Sherif, renowned PCOS expert joins Sasha Ottey on the PCOS Challenge radio show to discuss ways women and girls with polycystic ovary syndrome can prevent and manage cardiovascular disease and improve their heart health.

Dr. Sherif is the Director of Jefferson Women’s Primary Care and Professor and Vice Chair of the Department of Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA. She is renowned worldwide for her expertise in the area of PCOS, insulin resistance, and is a top speaker and a writer in a number of areas including menopause, hormone replacement therapy, omega-3 fatty acids, and heart disease in women.

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