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Graduated in 1997
Completed in 1998
Completed in 2002
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Completed in 2005
Graduated in 1993
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Coronary artery disease is a human condition, we all have it. Our focus of care is to prevent the disease from progressing to the point that it impacts the health and well being of our patients, and to prevent further manifestations in patients who are unfortunate enough to have developed clinical sequelae of the disease.