The Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger recently underwent heart surgery, leading to The Rolling Stones postponing their ‘No Filter’ North American tour. Fortunately Jagger recovered quickly and the band are preparing to return to the road. Howard Stern recently gave his surprising take on Mick Jagger’s surgery.
The Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger recently had successful heart surgery, and is reporting that Dr. Mark Henderson at Health Sciences North credited Dr. John Webb of St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver for helping create the innovative procedure, and that he trained the doctors who performed the surgery on Jagger. He said the health risk for Jagger with aortic valve failure could have been ‘fatal’ and that the surgery is a major medical advancement.
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