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Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG). some of our advisors. Dr. Steven Schwaitzberg New England Medical Center Dr. Jeffrey Gelfand Massachusetts General Hospital Dr. David Allan University of California Dr. Marcie Richardson Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates

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some of our advisors

  • Dr. Steven Schwaitzberg
    • New England Medical Center
  • Dr. Jeffrey Gelfand
    • Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Dr. David Allan
    • University of California
  • Dr. Marcie Richardson
    • Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates
  • Dr. Peter Michael Mowschenson
    • Beth Israel-Deaconess Center
  • Dr. William Cohen
    • Beth Israel-Deaconess Center
  • Dr. William Hackford
    • New England Medical Center
  • Dr. Thomas Gill
    • Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Dr. Scott Shikora
    • New England Medical Center
  • Dr. Michael Aronson
    • University of Massachusetts Medical Center
  • Ms. Leah Moynihan, RNC, MSN
    • New England Medical Center
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Source: Harris Interactive,

Opinion Dynamic Market Research

Source: Opinion Dynamics

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Jupiter Research

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