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Listen to your heart
Innovative technology helps diagnose and treat Guardsman's heart pain

National Guardsman Jeffrey Newton is learning to pay closer attention to his heart disease.
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Back so soon?

Joel Maixner was back selling real estate the same week he had his thymus removed at Sanford Health.
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Fast-acting, lifesaving

Shawn Gieszler has normal heart function after suffering a heart attack.
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A silent threat
Woman's small symptoms sign of serious issue

Elaine Pfaff has incorporated exercise into her routine following a heart scare
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Preventive testing pays off big for police chief

Dennis Bullinger, chief of the Mandan Police Department, had bypass surgery that likely prevented a major heart attack.
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Beating a silent killer
Montana woman's aneurysm caught and repaired

Sharon Smelser of Sidney, Mont., chose Sanford Health and Dr. Sean Russell when she developed heart problems.
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Advanced CT technology saves Bismarck woman's life

Connie Ness of Bismarck is back to doing what she loves, thanks to the most advanced CT scanner in the world—Aquilion ONE, which is available at Sanford Health.
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Making broken hearts whole again
Innovative heart procedure fixes hole in the heart

Thanks to an innovative heart procedure to repair the hole in her heart, Tracy Zeeb is back doing the things she loves including raising Black Angus cattle.
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Quitters can win
Heart attack provides wake-up call,
forces 37-year-old to give up smoking

To reduce her risk of suffering another heart attack, Raquel Richter quit smoking, started eating better and now exercises on a regular basis.
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Heart procedure leads to worry-free winter in the sun

Following a heart procedure at Sanford Health, Roger Tofsrud was able to enjoy his winter in Arizona.
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