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Ablation Frontiers: Making AF Ablation Simple and Universal

Executive Summary

Despite widespread and increasing prevalence, atrial fibrillation has frustrated clinicians, device companies, and investors, resulting in only a small number of doctors treating a small number of patients. Ablation Frontiers believes its system will finally enable many more doctors to treat all types of AF patients because it is developing products and procedures that are simpler for doctors to use and perform, finally providing a broad-based solution to this rapidly growing market.

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