Fly to India for a bypass operation? 16. June 2006 William Davis (1) In the June 19, 2006 issue of People Magazine, there's an article called "The Doctor is in . . .INDIA". The report talks about how, with health care costs in the U.S. spiralling out of control, more and more Americans are leaving the country to have their procedure performed. They tell the story of Mr. Carlo Gislimberti of New Mexico and cite these numbers:Heart SurgeryCost in U.S.: $200,000Cost in India: $10,000 Mr. Gislimberti opted to have his coronary bypass operation in India for cost reasons. But the People magazine report left out one other option: The Track Your Plaque program: $39.00Do your part to save ballooning health care costs: Engage in a truly powerful program of heart disease prevention like the Track Your Plaque program. The cost difference is laughably huge. And you won't require a 12-inch chest incision. Follow conventional guidelines and guess what? You're going to have a heart attack. Follow the American Heart Association diet and you'll have heart disease. Cut to the chase. The only program that is able to detect, track, and control coronary plaque better than any other process I know of is this program.Note: I am not proposing that a heart disease prevention program like Track Your Plaque can replace a procedure like coronary bypass when a dangerous situation has developed. The Track Your Plaque program is designed to be implemented in the years before heart surgery is required. That's when you have the greatest control over your fate.