nina313
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what's the difference between those degrees?
which degree is useful to enrol onto the Medicine degree?
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(Original post by nina313)
what's the difference between those degrees?
which degree is useful to enrol onto the Medicine degree?

Im not a 100% sure but Im sure that Biomedicine is just a shorter way of saying Biomedical Sciences? I've only ever seen courses for Biomedical Science though so Im not sure what Biomedicine is?
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Im not a 100% sure but Im sure that Biomedicine is just a shorter way of saying Biomedical Sciences? I've only ever seen courses for Biomedical Science though so Im not sure what Biomedicine is?
I agree what you said, it’s probably the same
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As someone going into biomedical science/biomedicine, I’m pretty sure that they mean the same thing.
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At Lancaster they do a biomed and a biomedical sciences???
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