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Cardiac arrests in young people — what causes them and can they be prevented or treated? A heart expert explains

By Jessica Orchard, Postdoctoral Fellow, Centenary Institute; and Adjunct Senior Lecturer, University of Sydney
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Up to 40% of sudden cardiac deaths in young people remain unexplained. But defibrillators and data are key to preventing them.

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