Dr. Larry Schecter (left), associate dean for WSU North Puget Sound’s medical education programs, walks down the central staircase in May, 2017, with Chancellor Paul Pitre in the building that houses the medical school’s programs in Everett. (Ian Terry / Herald file photo)

Dr. Larry Schecter (left), associate dean for WSU North Puget Sound’s medical education programs, walks down the central staircase in May, 2017, with Chancellor Paul Pitre in the building that houses the medical school’s programs in Everett. (Ian Terry / Herald file photo)

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