Fixing Broken Hearts Through Engineering
This year, more than half a million Americans will be diagnosed with advanced heart failure, and of those, less than 4,000 will receive a transplant. The incredibly limited availability of hearts leaves thousands of people with few options. Carnegie Mellon's engineering researchers are taking up the fight for these patients by looking for alternatives to completely replacing a damaged heart with a healthy one. Continue Reading...
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