Scuba Study

July 2011
PN;Jul2011, Vol. 65 Issue 7, p47
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The article focuses on the SCUBA-Medical Pilot Study of the Cody Unser First Step Foundation (CUFSF) for paralytic persons, which was approved by Johns Hopkins Institutional Review Board (IRB). It states that the study involves human trials of 10 veterans with paralysis, which will start on May 5, 2011. It adds that the SCUBA-Medical Pilot Study was aimed at investigating the impact of scuba on people with paralysis.


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