Sutter cardiologist accused by investor of fraud in medical device venture

Sacramento Business Journal – (Subscribers-only link)

“In 2013, according to the lawsuit, Longoria approached Somers with a new venture. Longoria was working on patenting medical devices and surgical processes that he claimed would revolutionize certain heart surgeries. One device, called an L Chord, would be used for mitral valve prolapse repair.”

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I have been diagnosed with MVP for over 20 years. I started a large informational and support Web site for MVPS patients in 1997, which is now I am a professional writer, with a bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies and a master’s degree in English. I currently live in North Carolina with my husband, son, and a spoiled little Chihuahua.

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