“Closed-Heart” Surgery

Open-heart surgery may be a thing of the past. Utilizing a new surgical technique, doctors are able to replace a patient’s heart valve without even cracking his chest open. They just cut a small hole through the ribs and poke a pencil-sized wire through leading to the bottom of the heart. The procedure takes mere minutes to complete and the patient is fully recovered in two weeks. Oh and hey, the procedure was done in Vancouver (so that’s always a plus!). But to be on the safe side dear readers, I’d still cut back on the fried chicken and french fries.

In good taste, I opted to use a cartoon heart instead of, well, the real deal!

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One Response to “Closed-Heart” Surgery

  1. Dr J Scott says:

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