High school students learn surgical skills

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Using oranges as stand-ins for live patients, high school students learned surgical procedures at the end of a weeklong medical and science camp offered by Winthrop-University Hospital, in Mineola, and Adelphi University. They used real surgical needles and sutures to practice on the skin of oranges.  Videojournalist: Chuck Fadely (Aug. 2, 2013)

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