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Healthy Living: Device To Relieve Sinusitis

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 31-million Americans suffer from chronic sinusitis.  

When medications fail, seeking relief can often lead to surgery.  

Now, there's a new device that can help guarantee permanent results.  

Half a million patients each year undergo surgery to treat sinusitis. 

Studies show the PROPEL implant has provided a 29% reduction in the need for postoperative interventions.

Michelle Dunaway has the story.  
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