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After waking up in extreme pain, Gene collapsed at home and was taken to an area hospital where he was diagnosed with a Type A aortic dissection. They could not provide the care he needed and two more hospitals also declined. The call to the DMC gave
Gene a chance to survive. The DMC cardiovascular team repaired the aortic dissection, and put him on the road to recovery. Gene regained his strength through physical therapy at the DMC Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan. When asked about his DMC
experience, Gene shared, “The DMC helped me to enjoy my 85th Christmas this year with my family.”
Flaviu's Cardiovascular Story
Sep 28, 2020
Rochester Boy Now Happy and Smiling after a new, specialized heart treatment