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The Junior Doctor's Strike is on!

I received a text and this email for the BMA this morning.

‘This morning, we announced that junior doctors in England had voted overwhelmingly for industrial action, including a full walkout. 789 more words

The Interviews have started!

People have been called up for interviews at Birmingham and Leicester Medical Schools.

Please let me know when other medical schools start interviewing


Birmingham have organised interviews in a MMI format with 6 stations lasting 6 min each. 410 more words

Genetically modified super immune cells - new treatment to fight cancer

A new procedure called genome editing has been successfully carried out at Great Ormond Street Hospital.The genome of a batch of donated T cells was altered so that T-cells were modified to seek out and destroy the abnormal leukaemia cells, while also becoming resistant to the chemotherapy drugs. 436 more words

"Processed meat ranks alongside smoking as major cause of cancer, World Health Organisation [WHO] says.'' The facts behind the headlines.,

“Processed meat ranks alongside smoking as major cause of cancer, World Health Organisation says,” The Daily Telegraph reports. It has been ranked as a group one carcinogen… 266 more words

More BMAT titles to try.

Science is a great and glorious enterprise-the most successful, I argue, that human beings have ever engaged in. To reproach it for its inability to answer all the questions we should like to put to it is no more sensible than to reproach a railway locomotive for not flying or, in general, not performing any operation for which it was not designed. 103 more words

BMAT Essay Answers

There is more to healing than the application of scientific knowledge.Explain this statement. What else is important in medicine


Medicine is both a science and an art. 591 more words

The Jehovah’s Witness Boy- answer

You are a doctor responsible for the care of a 13 year old boy whose parents are Jehovah’s Witness Church members. Your patient is severely anaemic and you would normally recommend a blood transfusion. 424 more words