A new, minimally invasive option is now available for patients with severe aortic stenosis who are at intermediate risk for open
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Surgery for an aneurysm led to the discovery of a second heart condition, prompting the patient to educate his large extended family.
Bonded by similar journeys, two strangers with congenital heart defects form a special friendship that has withstood the ups and downs of life.
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