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History of Medicine - Shannon Murray & James Moran

HistoryofMedicine.jpgWe know from surveys that health issues are of huge interest to Canadians - and we also know how much we can learn from history. So if you put the two together - you may be interested in a group that's meeting for the first time tomorrow night. The PEI History of Medicine Society will be a chance for a wide assortment of people to share research and interests. Dr. Shannon Murray and Dr. James Moran are founding members - along with Dr. Lamont Sweet of the PEI History of Medicine Society. They stopped by our studio earlier. The group meets tomorrow evening at the UPEI Faculty Lounge in the Main Building at 7 o'clock. There's no charge and everyone is welcome.
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