An increasingly important branch of medical training is that given in medical technology courses to prepare laboratory workers to assist medical scientists in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. One of the largest departments of this kind is that at the University of Minnesota, where future technologists must complete a four-year course for a degree. The first three years of this course are spent in the arts college and the medical school, the final year in securing practical experience in hospital laboratories, scencs from which are shown here.
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