POMONA, Calif. (KABC) -- Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona is using virtual technology to train the medical professionals of the future.
The school's Virtual Reality Learning Center houses a digital dissection table that's giving students access to usually expensive, hard-to-access cadavers.
Reporter Rob Hayes shows how students are getting an in-depth lesson in anatomy with the swipe of a finger in the video above.
Virtual dissection table replaces cadavers at Pomona grad school
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