Former ACC CEO Takes Reins Of Cardiovascular Research Foundation

The Cardiovascular Research Foundation (CRF) announced today that it had appointed Jack Lewin as its next President and Chief Executive Officer. Lewin is the former CEO of the American College of Cardiology. In April 2012 the ACC announced his abrupt departure from the college. No explanation was ever given for the sudden change. … Click here to read the full…

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New York Post Disavows Portions Of Article About Jeffrey Moses

The New York Post has substantially disavowed significant portions of an October 22 news story about Jeffrey Moses. The story contained allegations that the well-known interventional cardiologist had tested positive for cocaine but was allowed to continue performing procedures at New York-Presbyterian Hospital. Now, the Post says, allegations of cocaine use were “subsequently proven to be conclusively false…

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Jeffrey Moses Accused Of Cocaine Use And Domestic Violence (Updated)

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Update– December 21, 2012:The New York Post has substantially disavowed significant portions of an October 22 news story about Jeffrey Moses. The story contained allegations that the well-known interventional cardiologist had tested positive for cocaine but was allowed to continue performing procedures at New York-Presbyterian Hospital. Now, the Post says, allegations of cocaine use were “subsequently proven to be conclusively false…

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Michael Ezekowitz Joining Cardiovascular Research Foundation To Establish AFib Research Center

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Correction: An earlier version of this article erroneously stated that Ezekowitz would be leaving Lankenau.  Michael Ezekowitz is  joining the Cardiovascular Research Foundation (CRF) in New York City to start a new center for atrial fibrillation research. Ezekowitz, a cardiologist at the Lankenau Institute for Medical Research in Philadelphia, had been a professor and vice president for clinical research at…

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