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Mini Medical School for Healthy Aging graduates

The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa John A. Burns School of Medicine celebrated the graduates of the Dr. Rosita Leong Mini Medical School for Healthy Aging.

The fall 2016 class had 165 students, seniors and future seniors, who attended six courses in 12 different topics on healthy aging, ranging from understanding normal changes during aging to making lifestyle and health decisions that will enable us to thrive during this time in their lives. The program was renamed this year after Rosita Leong, whose donations help to keep the mini med school going strong.

Learn more about the 2017 Mini Medical School for Healthy Aging. (PDF)

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