Intermountain Healthcare doctors turn to genetic testing to treat cancer patients. They are also relying on almost 5 million tissue samples, stored in a basement facility, dating back to 1975, to help unlock future targeted cancer treatments.
It's called TAVR, short for transcatheter aortic valve replacement. It's a way to replace a diseased heart valve without opening the patient's chest. Intermountain's Dixie Regional Medial Center doctors are now performing the procedure.