JHACH Starts Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program

Did you know John Hopkins All Children’s Hospital recently started the Adult Congenital Heart Disease program under the leadership of Christopher Talluto, M.D.

He specializes in treating adults with congenital heart disease (CHD), which are structural problems in the heart or major blood vessels.

To learn more:  For Dr. Christopher Talluto, heart health is the name of the game - Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital

source: SPID Nov/Dec Newsletter

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