Special Announcement: Dr. Eric Roselli’s Chat Transcript Ready For Free Download!

This past Wednesday, Dr. Eric Roselli, a leading heart surgeon from The Cleveland Clinic, hosted an exclusive internet chat with our patient and caregiver community. Thanks to your questions and your participation, this was a very active and educational chat that is now available in a written transcript.

To download the official transcript (in pdf format), simply click here to save the file to your computer. Please note, you must use Adobe Reader to open and review the transcript. You can download a free copy of Adobe Reader software by clicking here. (FYI, most computers come with this software pre-loaded.)

Thanks to the Patient Education Team at The Cleveland Clinic – Betsy, Megan, Samiya – for coordinating this event. Thanks to you for your attendance and questions. And, a special thanks to Dr. Roselli for sharing his time and expertise with all of us.

Have a great weekend!

Keep on tickin!

Adam Pick
Written by Adam Pick

Adam Pick is a patient, author of The Patient's Guide To Heart Valve Surgery and the founder of HeartValveSurgery.com.

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