Medical students assist at foot care clinic
Most of the people who attend medical school are motivated by the desire to help others. So even when the demands of classes means time is thin, many of Upstate's future doctors still find ways to make contributions. College of Medicine students, including first-year student Yonatan Kurland, helped out Wednesday, Nov. 16 at the annual Amaus Health Service
Foot Care Clinic. More than 50 Central New Yorkers received foot soaks, toenail care and screenings for injuries and disease. Other visitors to the clinic received flu vaccinations.