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Stanford researchers describe experimental treatment for deadly heart disease

My colleague Tracie White reported yesterday on an experimental new treatment for patients with severe aortic stenosis, a deadly heart condition. In this KGO-TV segment, surgeon D. Craig Miller, MD, and interventional cardiologist William Fearon, MD, who were involved in a study on the procedure, describe how it works.

Previously: Study shows new treatment for heart disease can save lives

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