Doctors help deliver anatomy lessons in high-school biology class

04/5/2013 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Biology students at a Missouri high school recently learned about bones, joints and ligaments from an orthopedic surgeon, who volunteered to help explain how all these body parts work. Other medical professionals also have spent time in the classroom as part of the school's special honors program designed by national group Project Lead The Way.

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