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Students explore health careers at Marshfield Clinic conference

9:22 PM, Feb. 17, 2013
Spencer High School freshmen Kaytlin Gessert, left, and Melissa Strupp listen to heartbeats in the simulation lab Saturday at the Marsfheild Clinic during the Fritz Wenzel Science Conference.
Spencer High School freshmen Kaytlin Gessert, left, and Melissa Strupp listen to heartbeats in the simulation lab Saturday at the Marsfheild Clinic during the Fritz Wenzel Science Conference.
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D.C. Everest High School junior Kelsey Gilmore seemed comfortable asking questions about heart bypass surgery while inspecting a cow heart with gloved hands.

"Every year, high school juniors and seniors are asking very profound questions about important topics," said Fritz Wenzel, founder of the Fritz Wenzel Science Conference held Saturday at the Marshfield Clinic.

About 90 high school students and teachers from as far away as Hudson and Elkhorn attended the 27th annual science conference, which was designed to energize students about health care and science careers, said Wenzel, ...

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