Five years ago, aortic stenosis patients had very few options. Today, TAVR technology has changed all that. Here is one 82-year-old’s story.
Jane Racey Gleeson
Jane Racey Gleeson has been a member of the University of Michigan Frankel Cardiovascular Center’s communications team as a contributing writer for the past three years. She works with the team to produce targeted communications that meet the Frankel CVC’s goals. Gleeson’s 30 years in the technical communications field extend to custom publications, website development and integrated marketing for a variety of clients. She received her bachelor’s degree with honors in journalism from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan.
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