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NEVER Get Heart Surgery (Until You Read This)

The chest pain strikes out of the blue…

One moment you’re fine – and the next, you’re being rushed to the hospital. 

And if you’re diagnosed with coronary artery disease, your nightmare is just beginning. 

You’re facing painful, invasive testing with a catheter… and surgery that might not help you at all. 

There are THOUSANDS of unnecessary heart procedures and surgeries performed every year. 

But you don’t need to be the next victim. 

Because a new technology can stop you from EVER getting a heart test or operation you don’t need. 

Here’s what you need to know…

Finally… finally… there’s a good way to determine which people with coronary artery disease need catheters, stents, and surgeries – and which don’t.

HeartFlow FFRCT analysis works by assessing whether your narrowed artery is obstructing blood flow – and just how dangerous that obstruction is.

And here’s the best part – it does this just be taking a simple CT scan. 

That’s MUCH better than the typical mainstream approach of shoving a catheter into your artery to get a better look. 

A new study out of Denmark looked at HeartFlow FFRCTfor nearly 3,700 patients. 

The VAST majority of patients were able to avoid catheters and surgeries, thanks to the HeartFlow FFRCT technology. 

Let me be REALLY clear here…

These are people who didn’t need catheters of surgeries – but DEFINITELY would have ended up getting them before this new technology came along. 

This study showed that HeartFlow FFRCT is a safe, reliable, and effective strategy to help patients determine the best course of treatment.

If you or a loved one is being tested for coronary artery disease, refuse an invasive procedure and ask for HeartFlow FFRCT instead. 

It’s available all over the country. If your doctor or hospital doesn’t have it, ask them to help you find someplace that does. 

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health