Ask The Doctors 03/07

Cardiologists used to tell patients receiving biological tissue valve replacements that the valve may only last 10 years and that they may then need a repeat surgery. Actually, very recent studies suggest that this may not be as true for the current generation of tissue valve replacements, which seem to be lasting much longer.
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