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February is American Heart Month, and a largely unaddressed condition affecting thousands of young people is at the center of a Mayo Clinic cardiologist’s practice. Dr. Luke Burchill is the link between what young adults with congenital heart disease need to survive and thrive.
What should these survivors know before their disease takes a turn for the worse?
Dr. Burchill is available this month to talk about:
For interviews with Dr. Burchill contact:
Name: Erin Mathe
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