WAMC: Medical Monday with Dr. J.D. Filippone

More than six million people in the United States have congestive heart failure. It is the leading cause of hospitalization in people older than 65. Sometimes, you may have mild symptoms, or none at all.  But that doesn’t mean you don’t have heart failure.

J.D. Filippone, M.D., chief of cardiology at St. Peter’s Hospital and practicing cardiologist with Albany Associates in Cardiology, discusses heart failure and other cardiac conditions during an appearance on WAMC Northeast Public Radio’s Medical Monday.

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