February 15, 2010

Rehab and Recovery for Former President Bill Clinton

By Kelley Luckstein

After Thursday's heart surgery, Bill Clinton is out of the hospital and back on his feet, but cardiologists say his battle with heart disease is far from over.


"This is not a problem just in that one area. You have to treat the whole person to reduce the risk," says Dr. Sharonne Hayes, director of the Mayo Clinic Women's Heart Clinic, adding that if whatever led to blockages in two of Clinton's arteries isn't addressed, it's "quite likely" that he'll have more blockages in the next couple of years.


ABC News, by Courtney Hutchison, 2/13/2010

Tags: Cancer, heart disease, heart risks

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