Red Lobster's Ethical Dilemma

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The men, known as buzos, must dive up to 130 feet for lobster, and face dangerous decompression sickness which begins with paralysis and ends in a slow death. This is due to the fact that there are no medical or decompression facilities on the boats, and there is also no equipment to aid the divers as they ascend to the surface of the water...
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However, there has been effort taken to try and help this negative situation on the Mosquito Coast. A non-profit organization, Sub Ocean Safety (SOS), founded by Bob Izdepski, was set up to help divers by installing decompression chambers allowing divers to gradually be brought to the surface. However, the divers do not reach the surface within the allotted five minute period which is needed for the chambers to be effective...
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