Stanford Medicine Newsletter Updates For the Local Community

Local Teens Get First Hand Look At Medical Practice

Summer 2007

Raven Warren

Few teenagers get a chance during their life, let alone in one day, to practice birthing a baby and cutting open gallbladders in surgery. About 115 local high school students gave it a try in April when they came to the medical school campus and learned what it takes to be a doctor. The "Med School 101" program aims to inspire teens to reach for careers in medicine. Raven Warren (right), from Palo Alto High School, was among those who practiced delivering a baby on a mannequin

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