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Course Illustrates Shift in CPR Strategy

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Course Illustrates Shift in CPR Strategy

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Course Illustrates Shift in CPR Strategy

Course Illustrates Shift in CPR Strategy

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University Medical Center in Tucson, Ariz., is giving instruction in a type of CPR that does not involve mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Instead, rescuers push rapidly and continuously on the chests of patients who have suffered heart attacks. NPR's Ted Robbins reports.

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