pulmonary hypertension


a: pulmonary hypertension ~
b: freeway with too many cars


"When he's trying to explain pulmonary hypertension to families, Day shows them a slide of the Los Angeles freeway. Normally, if it's not too crowded and peak traffic is a couple of hours away, things move pretty well. But pulmonary hypertension is like that freeway when too many cars are trying to jostle their way through. Everything stops."

Writer: Lois M. Collins
Date: Jul 27 2015 3:50 PM

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