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Wonder wrap: ONR developing new ways to protect injured limbs

(Office of Naval Research) The Office of Naval Research is sponsoring work to develop a breakthrough medical wrap that will not only cover injured limbs, but also mitigate damage and protect tissue for up to three days.
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