Dr. Raymond Christensen talks Rural Minnesota struggles when competing for doctors

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Don Davis
September 6, 2017

As rural Minnesota struggles to attract doctors, Dr. Raymond Christensen talks about what the University of Minnesota, Duluth campus, is doing to adapt. Read more.

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Duluth News Tribune

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