Rural health-care services get boost from pharmacy students

Alma Steyn (left), who owns a pharmacy in Canmore, Alta., speaks with recent U of A graduate Preston Eshenko, who now works as a pharmacist in Banff. Eshenko is following in Steyn's footsteps as a volunteer helping to train pharmacy students in rural placements. (Photo: John Ulan)

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