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A $75 Million `Brave Idea' Aimed At Wiping Out Coronary Heart Disease

Last November, the American Heart Association issued a huge challenge, the biggest single offer in our 92-year history. We went looking for one person with a radically different approach to curing one of the most devastating cardiovascular diseases, coronary heart disease. And to show how committed we were to finding a new solution to an old problem, we were among the funders putting up a combined $75 million to give it a try.
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