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Heartware: Saving kids waiting for transplants

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February 25, 2014
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Summary:
When a child experiences heart failure, they often need a transplant—but waiting can take time. Check out how a new device that helps the heart do its job is allowing kids to still be kids. Video provided by Ivanhoe


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