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keeping cdl drivers license after heart surgery

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you should be able to drive again!! I have friends that have gone thru the same thing. Every heart attack is different so you need to talk with the heart Dr. Your company you work for may also have stipulations. Usually, if the Dr. releases you, then your co. would be ok with that!! Good luck!

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