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My father is 68 years old and I have to admit that I am not proud off his way of living. He smokes a lot, drinks from time to time and does not care much about what he eats. And all that resulted with coronary artery blockage, 80%. Doctors told me that he is a candidate for the stent procedure. What could be the consequences of the coronary artery blockage.

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Unfortunately, it can end with a heart attack, which might and tragically. Therefore, your father should really think about doing that procedure, but you need to know that if he does not change his attitude, stent will help for only a while. So, try to reason with him, explain the possibilities, perhaps he will listen to you.
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