I just read this article, To Fix a Heart, Doctors Train Girl's Body to Grow New Part by Ron Winslow in the Wall Street Journal and wanted to pass it along. The article discusses a breakthrough procedure developed by doctors at Yale University. The patient Angela Irizarry, a four year old girl, was born with only a single pumping chamber in her heart. The new procedure is training or coaxing her body to grow a new blood vessel where there is not one currently. I find it fascinating that technology continues to push the boundaries for advancement in the healthcare industry. Hopefully this new technology can benefit others across this country who suffer from similar ailments as young Angela. Follow the link below to read the entire article.