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Sudden Cardiac Death Sudden cardiac death has cellular cause

January 3, 2013
Stanford cardiovascular researcher Joseph Wu, MD, PhD, and colleagues have used the power of patient-specific stem cells (also called induced pluripotent stem cells, or iPS cells) to create heart muscle cells from 10 members of a family with an inherited heart condition called hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.

04/15/2013 Palo Alto to buy 37 life-saving automated external defibrillators
04/2013 Stanford Brings Total Artificial Heart to Transplant Program
06/22/2012 CARDIA 2012: Cardiac Arrhythmias, Sudden Death, Inherited Cardiovascular Disease, Athletes
06/08/2012 Bring It! 49ers Push Up Challenge 2012
04/20/2012 Should young athletes be screened for heart risk?
09/16/2011 Family of four has their genome sequenced
10/21/2010 How genomics is transforming medicine
06/25/2010 49ers raise funds for heart research
06/24/2010 Bring It! 49ers Push Up Challenge 2010
03/01/2010 Screening athletes could prevent sudden death
03/01/2010 Screening may save athletes
01/20/2010 Deadly heart condition yields to screening and prompt treatment
11/06/2009 Determining the best way to prevent sudden death in athletes
10/17/2009 Runners' heart woes can be discovered too late
06/01/2009 To screen or not to screen
06/25/2009 Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Patient Day: June 25, 2009
05/27/2009 Arbor Free Clinic: Getting to the heart of health care for the poor
04/29/2009 Bring It! 49ers Push Up Challenge 2009
10/10/2008 Blocked goal hasn't stopped Carle
03/18/2008 Stanford Health Library, Notes from the Doc Talks: Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
10/24/2007 Testing the hearts of athletes to protect their lives
09/04/2007 Investigating Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (MP3 file)
04/09/2007 Local teen raises awareness about deadly heart condition

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