USD Health Sciences Hosts National Library of Medicine Traveling Exhibit
"As the cultural conversation is focused on human rights and equality it's imperative we not only focus on the United States, but look at global health affecting outcomes for the world’s population,” said Angela Landeen, an instructor in the School of Health Sciences.
The exhibit is free and open to the public.
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