Human Anatomy is Topic of Mini-Medical School

Katie Riley
Jan. 16, 2001


The University of Arizona "Mini-Medical School" is offering a six-week evening lecture series on basic anatomy and how our bodies fall prey to cancer and heart disease, beginning Feb. 28 at the UA College of Medicine, 1501 N. Campbell Ave.

This popular course, based on the medical school's first-year curriculum but tailored for the layman, is taught by some of the UA College of Medicine's most engaging lecturers and physician-scientists:

The cost for all six Wednesday evening lectures, plus class notes and light refreshments, is $50 per person. Free parking in the UMC visitors garage. Participants will receive a certificate of achievement at the end of the course.




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