can I study medicine and learn about genetic conditions in an apprenticeship?

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As in study medicine to become a doctor? No. Im 95% sure you can’t
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Unlikely. You will probably be on placements full time and the work load to study medicine will be huge. Plus you might be doing night shifts too and will need to rest and study.
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Unlikely. You will probably be on placements full time and the work load to study medicine will be huge. Plus you might be doing night shifts too and will need to rest and study.
why not? there should be more than one way to get to your destination, so why not high paying industries like Law or Medicine?
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the closest I can find is a pharmacy assistant apprentice but I know my cousin who failed to get himself into a doctors degree so did a pharmacy degree after A levels, not sure if pharmacy would help you go into medicine and study genetics though.
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