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Jimmy Kimmel gives visibility to CHD

If you’ve been watching TV or been online at all today, you’ve seen the story about TV host Jimmy Kimmel’s newborn son having open heart surgery for a condition called Tetralogy of Fallot. Jimmy made an incredibly moving speech about it at the start of his show last...

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Pulmonary Valve Implant a la Red Sox

How does dedicated Red Sox fan Dr. G know when she's done a correct pulmonary valve implant? You guessed it. When the imaging shows a "B" that looks like it came off a Boston cap. (This is not of her own design. They always look like this!) More such stories available...

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On the Air With an Old Friend

Back to my old stomping grounds, CBS Radio in Dallas, for an interview with one of my long-time colleagues, Mitch Carr of Newsradio 1080 KRLD, discussing Surgeon's Story. As you can tell, I don't much like doing selfies. Here's the interview... Click here to go to...

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First Publicity

The Armenian Mirror-Spectator, an Armenian-American publication located in Boston, was kind enough to give us our first big dose of publicity for Surgeon's Story, which makes sense when you consider that Dr. Guleserian is of Armenian decent. Here's the link to the...

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Long Hours for Young Docs

It's been a big subject of contention in medical training circles for years... How many hours should young doctors - interns and residents - be made to work? When does training have to give way to patient safety? Click here for a look at the subject which indicates...

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A Different Heart Pioneer

We often talk about the pioneers of heart surgery -- The people who developed artificial devices to improve surgical outcomes, etc. But we sometimes forget it isn't just doctors, nurses and techs in the OR. There's a human being lying on that operating table, and they...

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