One Man’s Story Of CTEPH

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CTEPH – Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Hypertension – is a serious condition involving blood clots in the lungs for a prolonged period of time.  We learn more about how it happens, and what doctors can do to help.  Plus, a local man shares how he’s getting back to his regular routine and feeling much better after undergoing treatment.

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