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Dr. William Edmund Aughinbaugh, Medical Adventurer (Item of the Month)

By Arlene Shaner, Historical Collections Reference Librarian

In the November 1915 issue of The American Magazine, the “Interesting People” section profiled an unusual physician. … 983 more words

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McGill community honours those who donate their bodies to science for teaching purposes

Most of the students had laboured over their reflections, writing draft after draft as they tried to express their profound gratitude to the people they called their silent teachers — the men and women who had chosen to donate their bodies to science so that they, as first-year medical and dental students at McGill University, could study them and learn from them. 4,313 more words

Life

Pseudo Day 130 - Eye Dissection

Science 8 – June 15

Our last week of classes was kind of weird. We had double blocks of each class and even though attendance was not optional, in reality it was.  89 more words

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Update: Babies are being born ALIVE and murdered for their organs

“But mark this: There will be terrible times in the last days. People will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boastful, proud, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, … 278 more words

Personal Essay

Pseudo Day 114 - Aquarium Day

Science 8 – April 23

My other two science 8 classes visited the Vancouver Aquarium on the 23rd.  These classes did an experimental design activity instead of the dissection.  17 more words

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Pseudo Day 109 - Aquarium Field Trip

Science 8 – April 20

This week I’m taking my grade 8 classes to the Vancouver Aquarium.  They get to dissect a mackerel, which ties into body systems and their upcoming eye dissection.  23 more words

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