Watch Telemundo for story on Willed Body program
Watch Vivo Rojo on Telemundo (Channel 39 in Dallas-Ft. Worth) at 4 p.m. on Oct. 13. The UNT Health Science Center is featured in a story about its Willed Body program, which helps medical students learn about anatomy and physiology.
The cadavers are the students’ first patients and teach them volumes about the way the body works and gives them the skills they need to become tomorrow’s healthcare providers. Laura Rivera (TCOM ’13), Dr. Rusty Reeves and Robin Belcher were filmed by Telemundo for this segment with reporter Sofia Lachapelle.
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