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Heart Failure Not Enough to Alter Young Athlete's Ironman Dreams

May 23, 2017

Heart Failure Not Enough to Alter Young Athlete’s Ironman Dreams

By In the Loop In the Loop

Because Kari Turkowski has been an athlete her entire life, the fact that she’ll compete in an Ironman this fall isn’t surprising — until you realize she’ll do so despite a diagnosis of heart failure.

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Tags: cardiac ablation, heart failure, Mayo Clinic Rochester


July 9, 2015

Xzaviar’s Gifts to Patients Right on Cue

By In the Loop In the Loop

Seventeen-year-old Xzaviar Aune spent his first few years in and out of the hospital, as doctors treated a host of heart problems: newborn persistent pulmonary hypertension, atrial septal defect and supraventricular tachycardia. “Big words for such a little guy,” Xzaviar wrote in a recent blog post on SneakyPeteMafia.com, a site devoted to all things billiards, pool […]

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Tags: atrial septal defect, cardiac ablation, newborn persistent pulmonary hypertension, Supraventricular tachycardia


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