Sanford joins national effort to protect young athletes

Sanford Health is teaming with the American College of Sports Medicine -- they'll focus on research, education and legislation to target preventable sports injuries.
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Sanford Health is teaming with the American College of Sports Medicine -- they'll focus on research, education and legislation to target preventable sports injuries.

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