Minn. school gives students foundation in biomedical careers

09/16/2013 | Pioneer Press (St. Paul, Minn.)

Students at Coon Rapids High School in Minnesota are getting a head start on the path to a medical career in the school's biomedical program. In a recent lesson, students were asked to use crime-scene-investigation skills to solve a case. Students in the program also will learn about the cardiovascular system, diabetes and medical interventions.

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