He had double CABG two years ago at age 42 after having three heart attacks in one week. He has slight heart muscle damage at lower right edge of heart but basically at that point a "plumbing problem." He had 100% blockage in both main arteries and seven total blockages ranging from 30-80% but had created collateral circulation which partially compensated. Some of the blockages have lessened with medication. He also has blockages in both legs. He is 6 feet 150 pounds. His cholesterol levels and blood pressure are great with medication. His father died at 67 from heart failure and he never smoked. I think he is seriously pushing his luck. I need statistics to scare him back to reality.