How to save money for heart surgery: The Doctors’ excuse

By Dr. Chapatin • The doctors’ excuse.

It’s the excuse of a heart surgeon.

You see, it’s not just that they can save you money, but they can also save your life.

And this may sound good on paper, but it’s a lie.

It is an excuse that has no basis in reality.

This is the true story of how a heart surgery that is supposed to save your heart costs you more than you thought.

I want to get a lot of people to understand the reasons behind these heart surgeries.

And the answer is, I’m not an expert.

I’m a heart doctor, and I have the greatest respect for all of my colleagues.

There are a lot reasons why the surgeons choose to go into a heart procedure.

They are all trying to make a profit, or they are trying to save their colleagues’ lives.

And they all want to do this without making a single mistake.

They want to save the lives of others.

They know it will save them money, and they are determined to do their best to do so.

But the truth is that this is the first time in history that we have been able to show that a heart operation can actually save your health.

Let me tell you a story.

A year ago, in May 2016, I had my first heart surgery.

My husband and I had been married for nearly 30 years, and he had been my primary caregiver for the past 15 years.

In the spring of 2016, while my husband was at the hospital, my husband suffered a massive heart attack and died.

He was one of the lucky ones.

At the time, we were not planning to have another heart operation, and we had to cancel the planned surgery that was scheduled for the following month.

We were devastated.

For the next year and a half, I felt a tremendous amount of pain in my chest and a tremendous sense of loss.

My heart had stopped functioning.

My breathing had stopped.

I had lost all the functions that my body was designed to use, such as respiration and the ability to think.

Then in September of 2017, a friend of mine who works at a hospital called me from a long distance.

He told me that he was going to visit us that day.

I was shocked.

He said he had a friend that he could call to say that he had made a mistake in his plan.

My friend told me he had just been told that he would be going to the hospital to have a heart bypass surgery.

It was so important for me to have this surgery that I decided to go.

We met at a local hospital, and my husband’s doctor was sitting on the couch next to me.

The doctor asked him how he felt, and the answer was, “Very happy.”

It took about an hour for my husband to get back to me, and it was an incredibly emotional experience for me.

I have always been very trusting of my doctor.

And I had heard so many stories about heart surgery and the heart problem, and now I was seeing that my doctor was so kind and caring and caring for me, that it was very difficult for me not to be excited to have the surgery.

I wanted to have it done.

He went through all the procedures that were necessary, and when he arrived at the heart surgery, he was so happy and relieved to have had this surgery, because he had always had heart problems.

But when I got there, the surgeon told me something really interesting.

The heart surgeon explained to me that they had found a small hole in my heart that had been previously surgically removed.

And he said that it had been there for about 10 years.

And that when it was removed, the hole had actually been there before.

The surgeon also told me about a procedure that had already been done and that they would be able to repair the hole without the use of surgery.

The hole was so small that they could not even see through it.

The hole was now completely healed.

So the surgery went well.

And it took about a month for my heart to start functioning again.

When my husband died, it was a horrible time.

But it was so unexpected.

And when my husband passed away, I went to the funeral.

I cried for two hours.

I couldn’t even hold my breath.

And there were tears in my eyes.

It was the most painful moment of my life.

After that, the doctor came to me again and asked me if I would like to go to the heart surgeon again.

I said, “Yes, I will do that.”

So we went back to the operating room.

Now, this was the first heart operation I had ever undergone.

So, it took some time for me and my heart surgeon to bond.

But after the first surgery, we had the biggest bond of our lives.

And after that,