This heart condition affects more than 2 million Americans
“Atrial fibrillation or AFib is the most commonly occurring heart rhythm disorder, and with current technology and innovative therapies we can treat and even cure AFib and significantly reduce the risk of stroke,” says Dr. Manoj Duggal, director of electrophysiology at the Advocate Heart Institute at Christ Medical Center.
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Kamil Huk, health e-news contributor, is a marketing intern at Advocate Health Care in Downers Grove. He is a senior at DePaul University earning a bachelor’s degree in marketing, with a concentration in digital marketing. In his free time he enjoys photography, watching movies, and staying up-to-date on the latest automotive news.