Feature | January 03, 2014| Dave Fornell

Most Popular DAIC Stories of 2013

The top 20 news and technical articles chosen by DAIC readers

ACC, iPad cardiology apps
DAIC readers chose the following stories as the most popular content in 2013, based on website analytics. The list is broken into the top 20 most popular news items from 2013 and a list of the top 20 technical articles accessed in 2013. 
 
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