Director Ruben Rosalez, left, and chief therapist Carlos Ponce prepare the patient during a re-enactment of a sleep apnea test July 13, 2003, at Lea Regional Medical Center, in Hobbs, N.M.
Director Ruben Rosalez, left, and chief therapist Carlos Ponce prepare the patient during a re-enactment of a sleep apnea test July 13, 2003, at Lea Regional Medical Center, in Hobbs, N.M. Kimberly Ryan Hobbs News-Sun file
Director Ruben Rosalez, left, and chief therapist Carlos Ponce prepare the patient during a re-enactment of a sleep apnea test July 13, 2003, at Lea Regional Medical Center, in Hobbs, N.M. Kimberly Ryan Hobbs News-Sun file

New implant could treat sleep apnea, and it has the FDA’s approval

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