Innovative protocol allowed doctors to patch Keith Lobo’s ruptured heart
Keith Lobo with his family

​​​​Thanks to the life-giving care he received at the PMCC, former patient Keith Lobo is able to enjoy his young family and to return to work.

​An entrepreneur's grateful family gave back to the PMCC because of the live-saving care given by two doctors

Keith Lobo's heart attack was so severe that it liquefied his ventricular septum – the wall between the organ's left and right ventricles – and destroyed parts of his cardiac muscles.

Yet for two weeks in March 2015, Mr. Lobo thought he was merely down with the flu. He had even gone grocery shopping on the day he finally went to the emergency department at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto.

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