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As part of the science unit on the human body, middle school students had an incredible presentation from an expert in artificial hearts and heart transplants. Mrs. Janice Camuso, Landmark parent and Ventricular Assistive Device (VAD) Coordinator at Massachusetts General Hospital, spoke to the students. She explained the importance of VADs and the role of this technology in helping patients with advanced heart failure. She usually trains MDs, but today she taught and wowed the EMS community about this life-saving technology. The students were very impressed and buzzing with questions.