Stories of Gratitude
Read the inspiring stories from the people who tell it best – patients.
Natasha had a heart attack when 36 weeks pregnant and was diagnosed with familial hypercholesterolemia (FH), a family-based genetic disorder.
The Anderson siblings participated in a clinical trial exploring a new minimally-invasive, catheter-based procedure that may lower blood pressure.
Dennis underwent a transcatheter mitral valve replacement (TMVR) as part of MHIF’s research on the investigational Tendyne Mitral Valve System.
Jamie was 31 weeks pregnant when she needed to give birth via C-section and simultaneously undergo open-heart valve replacement surgery.
Jack participated in a clinical study evaluating an investigational procedure that could potentially reduce his need for blood pressure medications.
Robin learned she had a fairly rare congenital heart condition called Wolff-Parkinson-White (WPW) syndrome, which impacts the heart’s electrical signals.
Deb participated in a new blood pressure treatment study to see if she could reduce the need to take medication.
Robert (Bob) Webster of Lafayette, Minn., doesn’t remember the helicopter ride from Allina Health’s New Ulm Medical Center (NUMC) to Allina’s Abbott Northwestern Hospital (ANW) in Minneapolis, about 90 miles away. In fact, he really doesn’t remember anything at all...
At 43, healthy and active Betsy experienced spontaneous coronary artery dissection (SCAD); nearly 90 percent of SCAD patients are women.
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