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Hope in the air

There's no scientific proof oxygen chamber therapy will cure such things as autism -- but parents see a reason to believe

Abby Stern says the hyperbaric treatments at the Hope Clinic are helping son Noah Stern, 6, with his developmental delays. Abby Stern says the hyperbaric treatments at the Hope Clinic are helping son Noah Stern, 6, with his developmental delays. (Justine Hunt/Globe Staff)
By S.I. Rosenbaum
Globe Correspondent / December 1, 2008

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NORTH READING - The hyperbaric chamber is beige, about as big as a midsize sedan, and shaped like a capsule. Inside, Michele Eugene's son is fretful and restless. She can hear him moan. (Full article: 1091 words)

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