By BARRY MEIER and KATIE THOMAS Published: April 6, 2012 The New York Times – Last October, a high school football coach named Greg Jessee was standing on the sidelines watching his son play when he felt a jolt to his chest. The heart defibrillator implanted in him five years earlier was firing wildly. The next jolt made him double up. The one after that knocked him unconscious. Read more
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