Clymer Technologies Terrella 6 Gyro Sensor
EARLY HOLIDAY GIFT TO BREAST CANCER STUDY
Mystic company President Mark Clymer surprised Del Function’s breast cancer relaxation study crew with the donation
of vital data equipment, at the end of their opening session, October 25th.
The UConn Health Center approved study focuses on stage III breast cancer women using gentle wave motion to reduce stress
aboard the Westbrook sloop HADO.
“We know that wave motion benefits the quality of life of breast cancer survivors; we needed the gyro sensor data equipment
to show what kind of wave works best”, said Study Coordinator Carline Lutynski. Principal Investigator Dr. Scott Kurtzman
praised the donation as “seeing the inherent goodness of people”.
Clymer Technologies donation will be marked with the green and silver Heroes of Hope pennant flown during all 2007 Del Function
breast cancer research sessions.
Carline Lutynski, Program Director
Del Function, Inc.
Del Function, Inc. CT 501(c)(3) Since 1984
Our research has been concluded and published.
We are providing free therapy from the research studied,
cancer survivors are welcome to inquire, come aboard, and enjoy.
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