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Should Young Athletes Have Their Hearts Screened?

by WSJ Live 4:50 mins

Should Young Athletes Have Their Hearts Screened?

by WSJ Live 4:50 mins

Mainstream cardiology says that early heart screening isn’t cost effective, since congenital heart abnormalities kill fewer than one in 100. But parents and physicians are starting their own screening centers across the country. WSJ's Kevin Helliker and Dr. Jonathan Drezner discuss on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Sam Hodgson for The Wall Street Journal.

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