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Watch: VUCast: Life lessons for medical students, and they can juggle what?

Apr. 16, 2010, 10:25 AM

The “real world” for medical students; a presidential appointment; discovering a new element; and they juggled what? It’s VUCast time for April 16, 2010.

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