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Uncovered: A small cap pioneering a new standard of cardiac care - Imricor Medical Systems (ASX: IMR)

Season 7, Ep. 102

Bryce and Ren are joined by the CEO of Imricor Medical Systems (ASX: IMR), Steve Wedan. Steve is co-founder as well as CEO, and in this chat, he talks through Imricor, how he first came across the idea and what has been the founding story to date. To find out more, https://imricor.com/


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