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One of the nation's first cardiac therapy programs running out of Palo Alto helps members through rehabilitation

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Robin Wedell, director of the HeartFit for Life program, joins Weekly staff to give an overview of the program's cardiac therapy services and their long-term impact on its members as the organization prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary.

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