Body parts from humans, animals aid medical training
from The Columbus Dispatch
From Nov. 30:
Kaite Minser, who holds a bachelor's degree in theater design from Ohio State University, prides herself on making medical-training simulations as realistic as possible. That means using cadavers and cadaver parts, cow eyes and pig lungs, mannequins, skin-color craft supplies, items from the grocery-store baking aisle and party-store swag — all to create lifelike medical training on a minuscule budget.
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