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Stories by Catherine Kells

Heart disease funding needed for when prevention isn’t enough

Opinion|By Catherine Kells
The cost of treating heart disease is currently estimated at $20.9 billion dollars, and is expected to rise to $28.3 billion dollars by 2020 as our population continues to age.
Clusters of innovation already exist in Canada, and they require much less than $950-million to get off the ground.

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