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Leblanc: Denver medical school’s wellness center could serve as model for new medical schools

No plans now for stand-alone wellness center here, but Austin clinic will offer some services

By Pam LeBlanc - American-Statesman Staff

AURORA, Colo. — At the Anschutz Health and Wellness Center, people hit the gym to get stronger, faster and healthier. While they’re at it, they double as lab rats of sorts for research scientists.

Officials say the stand-alone center on the University of Colorado Denver’s Anschutz Medical Campus serves first and foremost as a research facility. But while members plug away on treadmills and learn to read nutrition labels in its grocery store “lab,” they’re also providing valuable data for researchers at the medical school.

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