ALFRED MANN FOUNDATION
The Alfred Mann Foundation was established in 1985 by Mann, the founder of 11 biomedical companies, to conduct scientific and medical research. In 1986, AMF helped develop the first cochlear implant with two-way telemetry to assist patients with severe to profound hearing loss. Today, AMF is focusing on implantable neurostimulator systems with a variety of uses. Mann was named to BusinessWeek's 2008 list of the 50 Top American Givers, which recognizes the most generous U.S. philanthropists.
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