Chris Kaag, paralyzed by a rare disorder, and his wife, Gretchen, get training from scuba instructor Bill Monsam. The condition of Kaag and others in a small study improved greatly after just five days of scuba diving in the Cayman Islands.
Chris Kaag, paralyzed by a rare disorder, and his wife, Gretchen, get training from scuba instructor Bill Monsam. The condition of Kaag and others in a small study improved greatly after just five days of scuba diving in the Cayman Islands. Cody Unser First Step Foundation THE WASHINGTON POST
Chris Kaag, paralyzed by a rare disorder, and his wife, Gretchen, get training from scuba instructor Bill Monsam. The condition of Kaag and others in a small study improved greatly after just five days of scuba diving in the Cayman Islands. Cody Unser First Step Foundation THE WASHINGTON POST

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