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Download the Full March 2018 Issue PDF

Download the Full March 2018 Issue PDF

If you have stable angina—meaning your chest pain occurs predictably with physical exertion and disappears with rest—your doctor may recommend a percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI, or balloon angioplasty and stenting) to relieve your symptoms.

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