June 20, 2007 Edition

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Natalea Foster (left) of Walnut Ridge and Jordon Fore of Black Rock were among students participating in the Medical Applications of Science for Health (M*A*S*H) program recently.

Students participate
in medical program

Two Lawrence County students were among those participating in the Medical Applications of Science for Health (M*A*S*H) program recently at the UAMS Area Health Education Center-Northeast and St. Bernards Regional Medical Center in Jonesboro.

Natalea Foster of Walnut Ridge and Jordon Fore of Black Rock participated in the two-week summer medical enrichment experience, which is designed to give interested students a glimpse of health professions by shadowing medical professionals.

Students participated in a variety of medical-related activities including learning more about anatomy through dissection of animal organs and reading x-rays.

The program hopes to encourage rural youth interested in medical fields to continue their education and then return to rural areas to work. The students were sponsored by the Arkansas Medical MENTOR Group and Lawrence County Farm Bureau.

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