Demystifying Medicine Video



This video presents an introduction to prosthetics and a tour of a prosthetic department. In the video, Kimberley Yateman from the Ron Joyce Children’s Health Centre is interviewed.

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Prosthetics at Ron Joyce Children's Health Centre

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