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New insights into deadly heart rhythm disorder

New insights into deadly heart rhythm disorder: Researchers show animal-human similarities in electrical signals underlying the top cause of sudden cardiac death (12/20/2007)

For nearly 100 years, the University of Michigan has helped lead the world in diagnosing and treating a broad range of life-threatening conditions that cause the heart to beat irregularly. And each year, thousands of children and adults from Michigan and across the country come to U-Mís Cardiovascular Center and Congenital Heart Center for treatment for such conditions, called arrhythmias.

More than 25 heart researchers leave New York to join U-M CVC

More than 25 heart researchers leave New York to join U-M Cardiovascular Center & help form new heart-rhythm center (12/19/2007)

For nearly 100 years, the University of Michigan has helped lead the world in diagnosing and treating a broad range of life-threatening conditions that cause the heart to beat irregularly. And each year, thousands of children and adults from Michigan and across the country come to U-Mís Cardiovascular Center and Congenital Heart Center for treatment for such conditions, called arrhythmias.