Robert Hasty, dean of the for-profit Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine, talks with Idaho State University Meridian Health Science Center employees Chris Wilson and Nancy Carpenter in this June 2016 photo. ICOM and ISU reached an agreement that will allow ICOM students to use the public university’s facilities. (AP Photo/Rebecca Boone)
Robert Hasty, dean of the for-profit Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine, talks with Idaho State University Meridian Health Science Center employees Chris Wilson and Nancy Carpenter in this June 2016 photo. ICOM and ISU reached an agreement that will allow ICOM students to use the public university’s facilities. (AP Photo/Rebecca Boone) Rebecca Boone AP
Robert Hasty, dean of the for-profit Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine, talks with Idaho State University Meridian Health Science Center employees Chris Wilson and Nancy Carpenter in this June 2016 photo. ICOM and ISU reached an agreement that will allow ICOM students to use the public university’s facilities. (AP Photo/Rebecca Boone) Rebecca Boone AP

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