Athletes have to overcome many hurdles in the quest for Olympic gold. Dana Vollmer didn't think heart disease would be one of them. At age 15 Dana was diagnosed with a cardiac disorder.
Dana and Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, cardiologist and American Heart Associations' Go Red for Women spokesperson, discuss how she was able to over come the odds and continue her career as an Olympic swimmer.
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