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Northern Medical Program responds to questions

Previously on Daybreak North, we heard questions over whether the Northern Medical Program was succeeding in bringing doctors to northern British Columbia. To respond, we spoke with Dr. David Snadden, Vice Provost of Medicine at UNBC and the Regional Associate Dean for Northern British Columbia with UBC.

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