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Medical Laboratory Science master's second-year student Meagan Aguirre knew that the work of the laboratory was a bit of a mystery to students in other health professions. For that reason, she said, said the chance to share more about MLS was an opportunity she couldn't pass up.
"Nobody knew what we did," she said.
Aguirre and three fellow MLS master's students organized "Lab Tests 101," an interprofessional lunch-hour lecture that drew a full house on Sept. 14.
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