1. Susan Day Susan Day United Kingdom says:

    This article is about atypical heart attack in WOMEN, so why have you illustrated it with a MAN.  This is why research is so far behind, if it was a man suffering, there would have been a great deal of research, but no, it's predominantly about a woman's serious health concern, so it gets ignored.  There is so much sexism in medicine and research, the least you could do was put a picture of a woman on the lead illustration.

    • Kate Anderton Kate Anderton United Kingdom says:

      Hi Susan,

      Thanks for letting us know. The image will have been pulled from a collection of heart attack images. We have now amended this.

      Best wishes,
      Kate (Editor)

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