Cheney's Heart NPR's Joanne Silberner reports on the angioplasty procedure that Vice President Cheney underwent yesterday at a Washington, D.C., hospital to widen an artery in his heart. His doctors say there's no evidence that the vice president suffered another heart attack. And they say there's a good likelihood Cheney will be able to finish his term of office.

Cheney's Heart

Cheney's Heart

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NPR's Joanne Silberner reports on the angioplasty procedure that Vice President Cheney underwent yesterday at a Washington, D.C., hospital to widen an artery in his heart. His doctors say there's no evidence that the vice president suffered another heart attack. And they say there's a good likelihood Cheney will be able to finish his term of office.