The American Psychological Association says patients who have come close to death during a heart attack should enlist the support of friends, family, and work colleagues. The American Psychological Association says patients who have come close to death during a heart attack should enlist the support of friends, family, and work colleagues.
The American Psychological Association says patients who have come close to death during a heart attack should enlist the support of friends, family, and work colleagues.

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The American Psychological Association says patients who have come close to death during a heart attack should enlist the support of friends, family, and work colleagues. The American Psychological Association says patients who have come close to death during a heart attack should enlist the support of friends, family, and work colleagues.
The American Psychological Association says patients who have come close to death during a heart attack should enlist the support of friends, family, and work colleagues.
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