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SIU School of Medicine 50th Anniversary Photobook

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Fifty years of medical education and innovation are contained between the covers of the new SIU School of Medicine 50th anniversary photobook 'Forever Forward.'  It offers a rich tapestry of images, taking the reader on a trip across the decades as the medical school's campuses and clinics evolve and grow. The sleek volume provides an overview of our institution and its mission to train new physicians and advance health care for downstate Illinois.

Copies of 'Forever Forward' are available for a suggested $15 donation from the Office of Marketing and Communications.  All proceeds are used for student scholarships. Contact Isabella Silveri to order your copy today.

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