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Heart Transplant Outcomes in Dallas: UT Southwestern Shines Brightly

Newly published comparative data on survival outcomes among the three heart transplant programs in Dallas give UT Southwestern cause to be proud. Learn more.

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Know Your Numbers Heart Health

The numbers everyone should know about their heart health – and why prevention really is the best medicine.

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Too few hearts to go around: How science can solve the organ donor dilemma

Nearly 4,000 people across the U.S. are waiting for a heart transplant, and there aren’t enough donor hearts to go around. Discover what the future of heart transplantation might hold and how Texans can help narrow the gap today

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Heart Surgery Patient Journey

Dr. Doolabh and patient Ginger walk you through the journey of a minimally invasive heart valve patient at UT Southwestern.

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Heart Month 2018: Wanda Taylor & Liz Brantley

Sisters often share a special bond, but the one thing Wanda and Liz did not want to share was high cholesterol.

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Two infections, one option: How an advanced pacemaker saved Dennis’ life

A blood infection meant Dennis McCabe’s pacemaker had to be removed, and putting in another one wasn’t going to be easy. Learn how an advanced leadless pacemaker now keeps Dennis’ heart pumping and keeps him enjoying life.

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Heart Month 2018: Derek Bernardi

Derek was born with Tetralogy of Fallot, a rare and complex congenital heart disease.

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From heart disease to Hawaiian vacation: Susanne’s story

Just before her 71st birthday, Susanne Orman decided to get in shape for an upcoming Hawaiian vacation. But when she started to feel chest pain while walking, she knew something wasn’t right. Find out how following her instincts – and how two doctors’ expertise – saved her life.

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Heart Month 2018: Sharon Leissner

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Heart Month 2018: Rio King

Rio is one of several masters athletes who took part in our research on how exercise prolongs heart health.