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Sir Michael Marmot's
IHE team

Tameside is UK's heart disease capital

19th April 2013 07:47

"There are "staggering inequalities" in deaths from heart disease in different parts of the UK, says a heart charity.

The British Heart Foundation said Tameside in Greater Manchester had the highest death rate at 132 per 100,000 people - three times higher than Kensington and Chelsea in London..."

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