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Tapping the best in people, to prepare for the worst

from The Boston Globe

When the bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon four years ago, many rushed to aid the injured — kindness on display amid the horror. Now, a project at Gillette Stadium aims to boost the life-saving skills of future good Samaritans. Researchers from Brigham and Women’s Hospital are testing ways to teach laypeople how to properly apply a tourniquet. Their work contributes to a nationwide campaign, called Stop the Bleed, which seeks to empower untrained bystanders to prevent an injured person from dying of blood loss. more


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