notadoc wrote:The cover letter that I received yesterday from LifeGuard states:
"If intervention is indicated, you will have the option to schedule your procedure for the next working day (Monday-Friday only)."
I understand this to mean that both testing and treatment are available.
AudreyRose wrote:After researching different locations and going through the application process (which was not complicated, just a bunch of forms), we just booked my wife for testing and treatment (if testing shows blockage) for January 2011.
I did not know about the bancruptcy situation until yesterday, so am checking into it today.
However, at this point, we are going ahead. Have paid $300 deposit at time of booking. Other costs will be $2200 for testing and if appropriate, another $6000 for the treatment (extra $2000 if stents needed, but not usually).
We were also checking Albany, since it is closer (we're in Toronto area) but it looked like they are doing some kind of blind study, where after testing, some of the patients get the treatment and some get a placebo treatment. We wanted to ensure the treatment is done, so decided on Arizona.
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