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The chance of experiencing mitral valve leakiness, also called mitral valve regurgitation, increases with age. That means some patients are too old or weak for open heart surgery to fix a leak. Now there's a way to repair the problem without opening the chest. In this Mayo Clinic Minute, Jeff Olsen talks with an interventional cardiologist about the new mitral valve clip.
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