A head start for the medical-minded
Washington Post, October 6, 2008
Healthcare is one of the largest industries in the country, and is projected to grow as the ranks of aging baby boomers swell. Now aspiring doctors and medical technicians can often get lessons in anatomy, disease, or radiology before college. There are an increasing number of rigorous classes for high school students seeking an early glimpse into the growing healthcare field, and a head start on the training they'll need.
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