February 17, 2021

Atrial fibrillation - or AFib - is becoming more common among people in the U.S. The CDC says by the year 2030, more than 12 million Americans are expected to have the heart condition. Left untreated, AFib can lead to serious health complications.

This week we are talking about recent advances in treatment and research in atrial fibrillation with Dr. Sanjaya Gupta, cardiologist at Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute.

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