Bill Clinton Hospitalized for Routine Stent Surgery; Stress May Have Triggered Chest Pain

Cardiac specialists say that former President Bill Clinton, who had stent surgery this afternoon at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital after complaining about heart pains, will likely have a full recovery. Clinton, who is 63, had quadruple bypass surgery at the same hospital in 2004 after angiography revealed significant blockages in four coronary arteries. Six months later, Clinton had surgery to remove fluid and scar tissue from his left chest cavity. "It's not all that unusual six years out...Full Story
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