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November 10, 2011 - Image 4

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-11-10

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You're looking for innovation. For the
leading edge in heart and vascular

That's why our patients come from
Scandinavia and Saginaw. From London
and Ludington.

They come for the medical break-
throughs and advanced procedures
pioneered by Beaumont doctors.

And now there's a brand new reason
to come to Beaumont...the Ernst
Cardiovascular Center. Where over the
course of just one day, a heart or vascular
problem will be evaluated by a team of
experts. To offer each patient the best

medical or surgical options.

So, if something is wrong with your
heart, isn't it good to know there's a
world renowned heart center right here
at home?

Call 888-683-7678
or visit beaumont.edu

Marc Sakwa, M.D., a second generation
surgeon, is chief of Cardiovascular Surgery
at Beaumont Hospital in Royal 00k. At the
Beaumont Valve Center, he and his colleagues
are performing innovative, leading edge
procedures, such as replacing aortic valves
through small, 3-inch incisions and repairing
and replacing heart valves using a tiny catheter.

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