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Photo by Cliff Hollis/ECU News ServicesPastors from eastern North Carolina toured the Brody School of Medicine at ECU on April 26 to gather information they can share with their congregations about healthy lifestyles and health resources. Dr. Wiley Nifong, second from right, speaks to ministers before a tour of the robotics lab in the Warren Life Sciences Building.
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Photo by Cliff Hollis/ECU News ServicesPastors from eastern North Carolina toured the Brody School of Medicine at ECU on April 26 to gather information they can share with their congregations about healthy lifestyles and health resources. Dr. Wiley Nifong, second from right, speaks to ministers before a tour of the robotics lab in the Warren Life Sciences Building.

ECU notes: Pastors tour Brody

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The youth in the Rev. Richard Joyner’s church in Conetoe already are health ambassadors — growing vegetables and teaching neighbors about healthy lifestyles.

Joyner recruited more ambassadors on April 26 as pastors from eastern North Carolina toured the Brody School of Medicine to learn about East Carolina University’s resources to share with their congregations and communities.


Developing relationships and creating partnerships in the communities that Brody serves is important in preventative health, Dr. Paul Cunningham, dean of the Brody School of Medicine, said.

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