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I have considered studying biochemistry, however, I have a strong dislike of genetics as a topic in general. Are there any other courses I should consider that include organic chemistry, biological molecules and is more "molecular" than biochemistry or are there any universities that provide a more chemistry focused course? Many thanks. Is it worth considering pure chemistry, pharmacology or medicinal chemistry? Please note I am not fantastic at mathematics or physics, hence why I was considering biochemistry.
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I have considered studying biochemistry, however, I have a strong dislike of genetics as a topic in general. Are there any other courses I should consider that include organic chemistry, biological molecules and is more "molecular" than biochemistry or are there any universities that provide a more chemistry focused course? Many thanks. Is it worth considering pure chemistry, pharmacology or medicinal chemistry? Please note I am not fantastic at mathematics or physics, hence why I was considering biochemistry.
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