Madlyn Del Grande and Rocky Oakley had different symptoms but the same problem: Atrial fibrillation was running their lives. Del Grande's heart would start racing irregularly out of nowhere, while Oakley would have episodes of irregular heartbeats that got worse over time. The care both women received at Sutter Health helped them lead normal lives again.
When Missy found out she had breast cancer, she understandably panicked. But her medical team stayed calm and guided her to the best treatment option.
Carmen says shoulder-replacement surgery isn't anything to be scared of.
At age 50 Nick had a second heart attack. The heart damage was so extensive, there was only one promising solution: a heart transplant.
When Ed Stump had a heart attack, he had no place to live and no family support in the area after being discharged from the hospital.
After living with painful varicose veins for decades, Mark is now golfing all 18 holes thanks to a minimally invasive procedure.
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