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Gotcha!

The “health care industry” owns you, body and soul.  The irrefutable fact that health care insurance is mandatory in the United States proves the “industry” owns your body.  740 more words

INTERVIEW HOT TOPICS: NHS FUNDING

There are many challenges facing the NHS, from an ageing population to evolving healthcare needs. This blog will focus on a key challenge: NHS funding. 61 more words

Medicine

“Stayin’ Alive”

A variation of this was published in a peer reviewed medical journal. Another walk down memory lane. My first emergency medicine journal publication, and my last publication of the end of medical school. 914 more words

Medicine

Huntington’s breakthrough may stop disease


Prof Sarah Tabrizi , from the UCL Institute of Neurology, led the trials

By James Gallagher

The defect that causes the neurodegenerative disease Huntington’s has been corrected in patients for the first time, the BBC has learned. 922 more words

Christmas Giving - Spare the children

As we are currently gearing up for Christmas it is important to remember those less fortunate than ourselves and especially the struggles of parents this time of year when greeted with their newborn child that may have a genetic defect.  91 more words

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A WEEK IN THE LIFE OF A MEDICAL STUDENT - WEDNESDAY

8:00am

I wake up. I have half an hour to quickly get ready and head out for today’s 9am start. 482 more words

Medicine