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Taking on a Complex Ganglioneuroma

For six-year-old Julian Colon from Syracuse, NY, a second opinion made all the difference. The tumors on his neck and spine were bigger and deadlier than the cardiologist in New York had indicated.

 
Rich Ringel, MD

Attacking Aortic Coarctation

As far as pediatric cardiologist Richard Ringel is concerned, aortic coarctation, a narrowing of the major artery that carries blood out of the heart, is an enemy not easy to defeat.

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