Russian Cardiology

Linda talks with Dr. James Muller chief of the division of cardiology at the University of Kentucky about the procedure Russian President Boris Yeltsin will face. Dr. Muller has practiced cardiology in Moscow with Yeltsin's chief cardiologist, Yevgeny Chazov (yev-GHEN-ee CHAH-zoff). Yeltsin's surgeon has said that surgery may have to be postponed for health reasons. Dr. Muller explains what this may mean and what some alternatives may be.

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