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  • Cambridge Heart, Inc.
  • Industry: Medical Equipment
  • City: Tewksbury, MA
  • Cambridge Heart is a healthcare company engaged in the research, development and commercialization of products for the non-invasive diagnosis of cardiac disease. Using innovative technologies, we are addressing a key problem in cardiac diagnosis-the identification of those at risk of sudden cardiac death. Sudden cardiac arrest accounts for approximately one third of all cardiac deaths, or over 400,000 deaths, in the United States each year.