Morning North | Nov 7, 2013 | 7:06

Web series looks at common myths in health care

A new web series through Health Sciences North's YouTube page is trying to clear up some common myths about health care. We spoke to Mik Geer about the project. He's a radiation therapist in Sudbury and one of the hosts of the series called Myth Fracture.

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