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WEST HARTFORD-11/13/12- Mitchell Williams, 10, of the Global Communications Academy in Hartford reacts while attached to a "Thair-apy" vest, a device used to break up secretions in a patient's chest, often used for those afflicted with Cystic Fibrosis. The students from the Global Academy were taking part in the  fifth annual "Wonders of the Human Body Science Fair" at the University of Hartford Tuesday. More than 400 fourth and fifth graders from schools in Hartford had the opportunity to take part in and judge interactive exhibits designed by students in the University's College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions (UNHP). With Michell are Cyncier Canada, 8, center, and Knowledge Johnson, 10, right.
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( Stephen Dunn / November 13, 2012 )

WEST HARTFORD-11/13/12- Mitchell Williams, 10, of the Global Communications Academy in Hartford reacts while attached to a "Thair-apy" vest, a device used to break up secretions in a patient's chest, often used for those afflicted with Cystic Fibrosis. The students from the Global Academy were taking part in the fifth annual "Wonders of the Human Body Science Fair" at the University of Hartford Tuesday. More than 400 fourth and fifth graders from schools in Hartford had the opportunity to take part in and judge interactive exhibits designed by students in the University's College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions (UNHP). With Michell are Cyncier Canada, 8, center, and Knowledge Johnson, 10, right.

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