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Three Studies Support Medtronic’s Cryoablation Systems As ‘First Line’ AFib Treatment

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Data from the EARLY AF First, Cryo-FIRST and STOP AF trials show cryoablation is a better option than drugs for patients with symptomatic atrial fibrillation.

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