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  • Jim Purdy

    11/21/2009 11:36:58 AM |

    I've already been an angioplasty victim ... excuse me, I mean angioplasty patient ... and doctors want me to go through a second angiomutilation ... I mean angioplasty.

    Ain't no way they're gonna do that to me again. Even though they would get big bucks from my insurance.

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    11/22/2009 3:42:13 PM |

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  • shel

    11/22/2009 7:59:32 PM |

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    says it all...

  • Anonymous

    11/23/2009 9:12:30 AM |

    Angioplasty is not completely useless. As the poster points out "proven useless unless you are in the middle of a heart attack...". It can save lives in such cases.

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