Monday October 25th, 2021 10:40AM

LISTEN: World-renowned Prosthetist discusses advancements in prosthetic technology

By Afternoon News Wrap

Kevin Carroll, a world leader in the advancement of prosthetics, will be visiting the Gainesville Hanger Clinic Tuesday 12/6. Prior to his visit he joined the Afternoon News Wrap to highlight recent medical breakthroughs. 

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