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Not often will anyone make such a claim.
But Dr. Heather Ross, heart failure and cardiac transplant specialist, Peter Munk Cardiac Centre, UHN, freely admits it: "My ultimate goal is to put myself out of business as a cardiologist."
Test Your Limits, the initiative Dr. Ross launched in 2006 to raise awareness and funds for heart disease research and organ donation, will next month embark on its seventh adventure in 11 years when she and her team, which includes a heart and kidney transplant patient, will tackle the Himalayas on their bikes.
Dr. Ross' personal and professional mission was captured in a cardiovascular health insert, which recently appeared in the
Read the entire eight-page National Post insert