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The Broken Heart: Protect Your Heart from Daily Stress and Emotional Upheavels
by Tali Bashour
Dr. Bashour has been practicing in the San Francisco area for over 25 years. He is a clinical Professor at the University of California in San Francisco and Director of Intramural Education at the San Francisco Heart Institute at Seton Medical Center.
He finished his medical training and Cardiology fellowship at the George Washington University, where he joined the faculty and was awarded “Outstanding Teacher of the Year.” He has authored over 125 medical publications. He is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology (FACC), and a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He was on the main Editorial Board of the American Heart Journal for about ten years. While still working in San Francisco, he volunteered for the position as the first Dean of the new Faculty of Medecine at the University of Balamand in Lebanon, and is currently Vice President of the University for Medical Studies and a member of its Board of Trustees. De. Bashour’s contributions include early recognition of Emorional Heart Disease, Coronary Spasm, and Heart Muscle “Hibernation.”
”An excellent manuscript on the Broken Heart, I very much enjoyed reading it. Important comprehensive to our knowledge of the brain-heart link underlying the entity of emoitional heart disease. This work brings together hard to find essential information in a carefully organized manner. It is well written and easily understandable for a wide spread audience of public and professionals alike.”
-Dr. Dean T. Mason, M.D. MACC
Past President, American College of Cardiology
American Heart Journal
”Excellent work here. A valuable edition. Very helpful for both the public and medical professionals.”
(2011, paperback, 108 pages)
-Ralph G. Brindis, M.D. FACC, FSCAI
President, American College of Cardiology
University of California San Francisco