KISS’ GENE SIMMONS Discusses Heart Condition AFib - “You May Not See It On The Outside, But You’ll Feel It”; Video Streaming
March 9, 2016, 3 years ago
In the new footage below from The Doctors, KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons talks with Pfizer's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, about his experience with the heart condition atrial fibrillation, also known as AFib.
Says Simmons: “I had never heard of the term AFib, but about 10 years ago, we were on tour some place, and on stage the temperature goes up about a hundred, with all the stage lights, and my heart would go (demonstrates irregular heart pounding)… you know, like that. I started to get dizzy and perspire and short of breath. So I called a doctor, and he showed up and said, 'Okay, here's what's going on. There's something called AFib’, and he went down the list. And it was a lot to take in.”
In other KISS news, The KISS Kruise VI will be sailing out of Miami to Cozumel and Grand Cayman from November 4th to 9th, 2016.
The KISS Kruise VI is now on sale to everyone and there are less than 100 cabins available. To celebrate organizers have unveiled the KISS Kruise VI official website, complete with original artwork. These Creatures Of The Deep can't wait to lead you on a subterranean voyage filled with your favorite sea monsters that rock n' roll all night. Are you ready, kruisers? Even if you didn't book a cabin in the pre-sale, it's not too late to join this KISS Navy mission!
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