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Cuts considered at U of S cadaver lab

The acting Dean of Medicine at University of Saskatchewan is looking at ways his programs can find cuts. According to Dr. Lou Qualtiere, that means keeping a close eye on the cadaver lab. He explains to Craig what less expensive alternatives could end up

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