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June 14, 2012 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-06-14

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Wayne & Joan Webber
Cardiac Progressive Care Center

How can people
who never went to medical school
prevent heart attacks?

Behind all of the innovations in heart care at
Beaumont are people in our community.

Their gifts allowed us to open the first
women's heart center in Michigan. To pioneer
a procedure - now used around the world - to
stop heart attacks while they are happening.

Through their generosity; we were able to
purchase leading-edge technology for earlier
detection of heart problems. We are discovering
minimally invasive procedures to repair and
replace heart valves. And we are the only center

in Michigan to treat atrial fibrillation
robotically and treat aneurysms that were
previously inoperable.

Because of philanthropy, our Beaumont
heart surgeons and cardiologists are able
to provide all of us with the most advanced
cardiovascular care in the world, so we never
have to leave home.

Most of all, these people prove that it doesn't
take a medical degree to save a life. All it
takes is a heart.

A Not-Pr-Profit Provider

Find out how you can save lives, too. if you would like to make a. "z-ift, please go to our
website at foundation.beaunwntedu or dick on the code with your phone.

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