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A physician shares his story of being diagnosed with amyloidosis

Long before Kevin Anderson, MD, was diagnosed with amyloidosis, a disorder in which abnormal proteins build up in tissues and organs, his physical health began deteriorating. The most noticeable change was his increased difficulty in walking up the stairs to the hospital room where he practiced. In the above video, Anderson shares his story of working with Ron Witteles, MD, co-director of the Stanford Amyloid Center, to receive a heart transplant and get his health back on track.

Via Stanford Hospital & Clinics Facebook page
Previously: Survey shows Americans need a refresher course on heart health, Ask Stanford Med: Answers to your questions about heart health and cardiovascular research and Ask Stanford Med: Cardiologist Jennifer Tremmel responds to questions on women’s heart health

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