Treating former president with a personalized approach was "appropriate"

08/19/2013 | USA Today

Former President George W. Bush's team of physicians pursued a prudent course in diagnosis and treatment of his severely blocked coronary artery, writes Dr. Marc Siegel. Stents, such as the one that was used to treat Bush, "are neither good nor bad, they are simply useful when appropriate," Siegel writes. The case and subsequent debate are an important reminder that "a more personalized approach often still works the best," he concludes, warning against rushing to judgment without having all the facts.

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