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I am not a uni student (maybe I'm posting in the wrong place here) but I am interested in medicine generally, so I was wondering if anyone had stumbled upon (heard from friends etc.) a list of reading materials that medical universities like Cambridge were using for background material. I'm just looking for a list of book names so I can buy them myself, but they are pretty secretive about what resources they use.

Any help would be appreciated!
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(Original post by 03ashtonjonesr)
I am not a uni student (maybe I'm posting in the wrong place here) but I am interested in medicine generally, so I was wondering if anyone had stumbled upon (heard from friends etc.) a list of reading materials that medical universities like Cambridge were using for background material. I'm just looking for a list of book names so I can buy them myself, but they are pretty secretive about what resources they use.

Any help would be appreciated!
This might help:

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki...ecommendations
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You sir are a hero, this was exactly the sort of thing I was looking for, where did you originally find this (ie what did you type in google etc, was it just text book recommendations)?

Thanks for your help!
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You sir are a hero, this was exactly the sort of thing I was looking for, where did you originally find this (ie what did you type in google etc, was it just text book recommendations)?

Thanks for your help!
It's from the TSR Medicine Wiki - it was in my history :p:

Here's the original thread behind the article:

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=1137688
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I am genuinely impressed how it took 20 minutes to get an answer! haha, thanks again! I doubt I'll become a doctor, but I do like reading bizarre things apparently! :P
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