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LB 133 - 006: Experimentation: Fact and Fiction, Dr. Degraw: Course Information

Utilizing both fictional and nonfictional resources, this course will explore the history and ethics of medical experimentation.


Instructor:         Dr. Sharon DeGraw
Class Time:      Tu & Th 10:20-12:10 
Final Exam:     Friday, Dec 16 2016 7:45am - 9:45am in C101 Holmes Hall 

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