Wednesday, February 27, 2013 at 3:15 pm (Updated: February 27, 3:17 pm)
Those with varicose veins can soon get their symptoms treated in Taylor County, instead of having to drive to a larger city.
Taylor Regional Hospital will open a vein center next month, and two surgeons will work there to provide relief and long-term solutions for patients with various venous diseases. A TRH news release states that varicose veins affect half of those older than 50, and can also affect pregnant women.
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