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June 07, 2012 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-06-07

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When it's A-Fib...
why go anywhere else?

There are only a few places
in the country where Atrial
Fibrillation can be treated
with a minimally invasive
robotic procedure.

The only one in Michigan is
the Atrial Fibrillation Center
at Beaumont.

If you're an A-Fib patient, this
revolutionary approach could
finally allow you to get off your
demanding regimen of drugs -
for good. And it could help you
regain your energy and greatly
reduce your risk for stroke.

The world's most advanced
technology and most experienced
surgeons and cardiologists are
right here.

Do you have a Beaumont
doctor?

Call 888-683-7678
or visit beaumontiedu

liana Kutinsky, D.O.. is a board certified
cardiologist and electrophysiologist at
Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak and Troy.
At the Beaumont Atrial Fibrillation
Clinic, she and her colleagues offer the
most advanced techniques in the world
for the treatment ofA-Fib, including
minimally invasive and robotic
procedures that are so new, Beaumont
is the first in the area to offer them.

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