I can only offer this... I was sent home from work in April (15). I was told not to do ANYTHING physically demanding. Found out that I had a MASSIVE heart attack and was lucky to be alive. For all the medical professionals, my EF was measured at 23%. They initially told me there was nothing they could do for me. To many blockages and bypass targets to small to do surgery. Luckily, one of the interventional cardiologists is a good friend. Ended up getting 5 stents (3 in LAD, 2 in CX). It was so bad they had to angio the proximal blockages to get to other areas that needed stents. Just happy to be alive. It really changed my views on everything. The small things really are the most important. **** the money. All at the ripe old age of 47. I just don't think that a job is worth all of the headaches.