DIFFERENT VIEW: Daphne Papathomas, a third-year UM medical student, leads a discussion of Sandy Skoglund's print, ‘Fox Games,’ at the Fine Art of Health Care workshop at the Lowe Art Museum.
DIFFERENT VIEW: Daphne Papathomas, a third-year UM medical student, leads a discussion of Sandy Skoglund's print, ‘Fox Games,’ at the Fine Art of Health Care workshop at the Lowe Art Museum. Rosa Lamazares-Romero UM’s School of Nursing and Health Studies
DIFFERENT VIEW: Daphne Papathomas, a third-year UM medical student, leads a discussion of Sandy Skoglund's print, ‘Fox Games,’ at the Fine Art of Health Care workshop at the Lowe Art Museum. Rosa Lamazares-Romero UM’s School of Nursing and Health Studies

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