The Boston Marathon bombing six years ago today inspired a government-sponsored program that turns bystanders into first responders. It's now being taught at some schools. Stop the Bleed teaches students medical techniques like how to tie a tourniquet and apply pressure to a wound. Don Dahler reports.



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