The news is a blow for Medtronic and investors, who expected big things from an experimental device that uses extreme heat to regulate heartbeat. Medtronic bought the company that developed the device for $225 million in 2009. The panel's recommendation isn't the final say, but the FDA will take it under consideration.
Report: Dalvin Cook has dislocated shoulder, will undergo MRI
The Vikings running back was carted off the field in Sunday's loss to the 49ers.
Watch: Kirk Cousins lines up under guard on critical 4th down play
Kirk Cousins went "Full Kirk" at the worst possible time.
Dalvin Cook injured, Vikings drop crucial game against 49ers
The Vikings couldn't stop the Niners' rushing attack in a 34-26 loss.
Man airlifted to a hospital after police shooting in Forest Lake
Police allege that the man presented a threat to officers.
Wild's two third-period goals take down the Lightning
Ryan Hartman's go-ahead goal defeated the two-time defending champions.
16-year-old Apple Valley girl killed in ATV crash near Brainerd
The crash occurred Thanksgiving Day.
Colorado man killed after driving into ditch in Becker County
The driver was not wearing a seatbelt.
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First they took Paul Bunyan's Axe. Then they took their tradition.
5 teams win first state championships at Prep Bowl
A pair of records fell as the Prep Bowl lived up to the hype.
Mayo-developed mobile heart monitor is FDA approved
A heartbeat monitoring system that allows doctors to monitor a patient's heartbeat from a mobile device was FDA approved Monday. The device was developed by Minnesota-based Preventice in collaboration with the Mayo Clinic. Mayo cardiologists say the new technology should allow doctors to identify problems earlier by monitoring patients outside the hospital.
Medtronic to study device that could lead to artificial pancreas for diabetics
Medtronic has a green light from regulators to begin studies that could lead to automated insulin delivery. A feature in the company's insulin pumps stops sending insulin when blood sugar levels get too low.
Clinics testing Medtronic device for stubbornly high blood pressure
The Mayo Clinic is among medical centers testing a device for patients whose high blood pressure does not respond to drugs. Medtronic's device uses a groundbreaking treatment to disrupt nerve signals that elevate blood pressure. But to qualify for the trial, patients must meet strict requirements that are challenging clinics and frustrating rejected patients.
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