Medical Monday: New Peripheral Artery Disease Procedure

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MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – There is a new procedure for patients with peripheral artery disease.

Monday morning on Daybreak, Dr. Michael Klyachkin from Medical Center Navicent Health discussed the disease along with old and new ways of treating it.

Watch the full interview to learn more.

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