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    • Heart to Heart: Women with Valve Disease Quiz
      Take this quiz from the Alliance for Aging Research and find out how much you know about valve disease–including what to look out for, causes and risk factors, how it’s treated, and more.  Print out your answers and take them with you to help start a conversation with your health care professional if you have questions about your risk factors, diagnosis, or treatment.
    • Aortic Stenosis Quiz: After your diagnosis
      If you have been diagnosed with aortic stenosis, take this quiz to learn more about the disease and its treatment.  When you’re done, print out your answers and take them to your next health care professional visit to help start a conversation about you and your aortic stenosis. You can also access other important resources on aortic stenosis—including a pocket film, consumer brochure, expert videos, and expert podcasts—at the Alliance’s aortic stenosis page.
    • Aortic Stenosis Quiz: Are you at risk?
      Take this quiz to find out if you’re at risk for aortic stenosis, plus learn more about the disease and how it’s treated. You can also print a copy of your results and additional helpful information once you’re done with the quiz.  If you think you may be at risk, take the printed copy to your next health care professional visit and start an important conversation about your heart health. You can also access other important resources on aortic stenosis—including a pocket film, consumer brochure, expert videos, and expert podcasts—at the Alliance’s aortic stenosis page.
    • Valve Disease Quiz: How much do you know?
      As many as 5 million Americans are diagnosed with valve disease each year. Valve diseases involve damage to one or more of the heart’s valves and while some types are not serious, others can lead to major complications–including death. Find out how much you know about valve disease including what to look for, the causes and risk factors, how it’s treated and more. You can also learn more by reading a patient brochure about the disease.