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Byline: SANDRA MURPHY HEALTH CORRESPONDENT
IGNORANCE about cardiovascular disease is killing more women in Ulster each year than all cancers combined, yet many still regard it as a man's illness.
With heart disease causing the deaths of almost one in four women in Northern Ireland, a campaign was launched yesterday to highlight awareness of potential risk factors to women.
Andrew Dougal, chief executive of the Northern Ireland Chest, Heart and Stroke Association, said most people wrongly envisage overweight, middle-aged men when they think of a "heart attack victim".
However, he said it is images of women - not …