Boston's CMO Donald Baim dies
This article was originally published in Clinica
Donald Baim, Boston Scientific's chief medical officer, has died following surgery for adrenal cancer. Dr Baim, who was 60 years old, was a former Harvard medical school professor and renowned interventional cardiologist. He left academia and his clinical practice to become Boston's CMO in May 2006.
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