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NIH Group Proposes Ventricular Assist Study For “Less Sick” Patients

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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The National Heart Lung and Blood Institute and an interdisciplinary team of experts is trying to develop a multi-device clinical trial to test the benefits of ventricular assist devices in patients with advanced, but not end-stage, heart failure
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