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By Karen Cohilas - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Westover High School is the home to yet another state champion.     Anna Moye won a competition you may not be aware of, Patho-physiology. 

The sophomore competed against students from seven different regions of the state last weekend at the health occupations state Leadership Conference in Athens.   She won the state in the area of patho-physiology, the study of diseases and how the affect the body.

Moye said, "I took medical terminology last year.  I'm taking anatomy and physiology of the body this year and that just helps because without those two classes, I would not have known anything on the tests and that's just how I won.  I just knew the material from my classes."  

Moye now gets to put her knowledge to the test in a national competition in California later this year.


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