A revolutionary procedure for heart patients is celebrating one-and-a-half years of getting Oklahomans back on their feet. The procedure is for patients who are too sick for open heart surgery but facing long odds of survival.
One Tulsa man says the procedure is almost too good to be true.
"I tell you, it's hard to grasp. It's almost been a year of euphoria," said Jim Meehan.
Jim Meehan says he was "staring death in the eyes" almost two years ago. He was suffering from aortic stenosis, a disease that causes the opening of the aortic valve to narrow.
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