I heard on the news today about a new form of aortic valve replacement. They do a cardiac catheterization, steer the cath into the aorta, the new valve is in the tip of the cath and it is replaced that way. This prevents opening the chest, cardiac bypass, and a long hospitalization and recovery time. Most people are discharged the next day. This should be approved in the US in the next 6 to 9 months or earlier. It sounds great and since many of you have this, I thought that you would be interested Diane
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