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Western University of Health Sciences students from the Pediatric Interest Group hosted about 40 children - who were mostly kindergarten students - for the school’s inaugural Mini-Medical School at the Pomona campus, Saturday, Sept 22, 2018. Second-year College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific student Vivian Okonta shows kindergarten student Claudia Reyes, of Pomona, how to use a stethescope. Kindergarteners learned about the human body and medicine through four stations taught by WesternU students: Bone station, heart and pulse station, hand hygiene station and mini operating room.
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