Category Archives: Access to medicine

Medicine: the appliance of science


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Majority of UK doctors struck off have been trained abroad


Majority of UK doctors struck off have been trained abroad http://gu.com/p/3cn6j

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Consoling text message for my rejections


More often than not, most medics do not make it the first time they apply, particularly when applying as a mature student. In the days that rejections from medical schools prompt you to easily despair when it comes to seeing yourself … Continue reading

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Medical school application experience from 2012 entry


It has really been a tough year in terms of applying to a medical school. It seems like there is much ado about the prospect of landing a medical school place. A career in medicine is very varied and there … Continue reading

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Protein synthesis


DNA is like a code, which explains which order amino acids go in, when making a protein. However, like any code, it needs a translator if it is going to make sense. What happens then if the translator is somewhere … Continue reading

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