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What Determines Health - Part 2 John W. Frank of the University of Toronto speaks on What Determines Health (Part 2 of 2) Mini-Med School is a lecture-based series - led by some of the most dynamic teachers in the University of Toronto's Faculty of Medicine - aimed at a general audience of adults ranging from senior high school students to seniors. Mini-Med School explores human biology, current medical research and important issues for health care consumers.
Oct 23, 2003
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