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My father had a Heart Attack, please help

My father had a Heart Attack a few months ago. And he was rushed in the ER, yesterday. He had 2 new blockages, and he isn't doing really good. They did a Catheterization, and put in 2 more stents. I'm just a worrier. WOW, Thanks for your Prayers. Very thoughful! =) God Bless you all.
Asked On : Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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Be Thankful for the technology of Stints. Smiles and encouragement will be some good medicine for your dad. At 52 I suffered a Life Changing Heart Attack. I know my family was saddened by the event, and I was scarred out of my Witt's. Stop thinking about the Heart Attack and Start focusing on the Changes you can help your dad with to live a long prosperous life. My faith in God and Prayer helped me through my dilemma, and I know it will help all of you. Prayers are on there way as you read this note. God Bless you and your Dad.
Answered: Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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