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Exclusive: OHSU’s Heart Failure Team Warned Program Would Collapse -- Then It Did

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A medical crisis hit the heart transplant program at Oregon Health & Science University the year before it collapsed. A rash of patients died, giving the program its worst outcomes in three decades. 

OHSU Knight Cardiovascular Institute, Edwards Lifesciences launch knowledge exchange between engineers and cardiologists

Inspired by famous partnership between Starr and Edwards, the Starr Educational Training Program will continue tradition of collaboration in cardiovascular innovation

PORTLAND, Ore. – The OHSU Knight Cardiovascular Institute and Edwards Lifesciences, the global leader in the science of heart valves and hemodynamic monitoring, today announced the launch of the Starr Educational Training Program, a technical training program that provides medical device engineer

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