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To the Very Depths: A Memoir of Professor Peter B Bennett, Ph.D.

by Peter B. Bennett

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This is the extraordinary story of Dr. Peter Bennett's career and private life. Dr. Bennett is the founder of Divers Alert Network (DAN) and currently the Executive Director of the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS). He tells his story vividly and pulls no punches in describing the events and the people involved with him during his career - it is a first-hand perspective. You will get a sense of his remarkable confidence that exists in conjunction with his inspiring level of compassion and commitment to helping people, from scuba divers, to students, scientists and medical professionals. This insight into his life, his career with DAN, the DAN lawsuit, years at Duke University, years in the scientific and research community, and many significant accomplishments make for a compelling read. Well-written and touchingly sentimental, it is an inspiring story, one not to be missed.

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