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    (Original post by crana9)
    See! I kick yo' ass, and I don't even have a degree
    but you're a first or second year non?

    it starts to wear off eventually. then you find yourself having to relearn the barstad stuff.
    good news is it goes in much easier second time around.
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    I haven't come across it at all at uni. I heard about it on work experience 2 years ago, which is probably about the same length of time as you've had to forget it.

    So.....um.......nerr!
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    Snake, why the hell would you want to mention that you have an A* (oh what a GREAT achievement) then?
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    (Original post by Snake)
    was trying to get involved......?

    besides, the only thing i lied about was my age lol.
    Erm, and the fact that you went to lectures in Cambridge? That's a fairly hefty lie too.
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    (Original post by Helenia)
    [if we're going to play grade games, so did I]
    So did I :cheeky:

    (kiddin; love u reli)

    (Original post by crana9)
    I haven't come across it at all at uni. I heard about it on work experience 2 years ago, which is probably about the same length of time as you've had to forget it.

    So.....um.......nerr!
    theres a G-CSF too i think.
    you give them to neutropeni patients (such as ones who have had the nasty side effects of atypical anti-psycotics come their way)

    god im good at bluffing. amazing what you can find on google lol.
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    (Original post by Snake)
    you can get them in other things you know like DKA and other metaolbic disturbances, nopt to mention inflkammatory reactions not related to infection.
    Frankly it doesn't matter if your monocytes are raised. that in itself means nothing. as alwasy in medicine you have to look at the complete picture.

    how is it you have your results and your doctor doesn't? surely they would be given to you by a doc who explains it themself?

    [I got an A* in biology]
    my gp is away so i rung up for them . receptionist said they wer raised and a doctor would ring me on wed
 
 
 
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