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|Publisher:||GBC Research and Innovation Spring 2009 Newsletter|
|Abstract:||Supported by seed funding from GBC’s Office of Applied Research and Innovation, Professor RJ Clements, with colleagues and students in the college’s Orthotics/Prosthetics Program, set out to determine whether a newer, simpler method of making the socket cast, the Wu casting technique, would provide a more accurate fit than conventional socket casts. The program is based at the college’s satellite clinic, the Sunnybrook Centre for Independent Living (SCIL) at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto.|
|Description:||Success story in PDF format.|
|Appears in Collections:||Research Publications|
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