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Chemistry professor, Ken Traxler supervises, from left, Mariah Briseno, Vanessa Bedreau and Alexis Needham during a lab session for students in the Indians Into Medicine (INMED) program, which concluded this week. The one-week program was free for ninth- through 12th-grade Native American students interested in the medicine field. JOhn Swartz | Bemidji state university

Native American students learn about medical field at summer camp

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BEMIDJI - Thirty-three Minnesota Native American students have spent the last two weeks learning about the medical field at Bemidji State University.

INMED, a camp for Native American high school students interested in medical careers, gave the students a college-like experience on BSU's campus.

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