Heart Disease is the number one killer on Guam. It used to be that Guamanians who needed potentially life saving open-heart surgery had to wait for a visiting cardiac specialist to arrive, or would have to travel hundreds, if not thousands of miles away to a hospital in the Philippines or the mainland United States for the operation.
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