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Neovasc Sees Opportunities In Refractory Angina And Mitral Regurgitation Markets

Executive Summary

Neovasc Inc. is targeting two highly underserved markets in cardiology – refractory angina and mitral valve disease – with unique transcatheter solutions. The angina device, called the Neovasc Reducer, is expected to enter the European market early next year.

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