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Sort of. At medical school I plan to specialise in a field that doesn't require contact with the living.
Autopsy?
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Sort of. At medical school I plan to specialise in a field that doesn't require contact with the living.
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Autopsy?
Forensics / pathology, that sort of thing. The whole 'autopsy' area.
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Forensics / pathology, that sort of thing. The whole 'autopsy' area.
Ah yes, sounds interesting. Quite an intruiging job me thinks.
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What is the problem?
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(Original post by Egan1)
What is the problem?
With Eric, it's best not to ask.
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Ah yes, sounds interesting. Quite an intruiging job me thinks.
Ever since I was young I've dreamed of being a forensic pathologist (I had a strange childhood).
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Ever since I was young I've dreamed of being a forensic pathologist (I had a strange childhood).
Were you influenced by murder mystery/solving (etc) programmes?
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Were you influenced by murder mystery/solving (etc) programmes?
Not really. I've always wanted to go into medicine, but I don't want to go near sick people, so dealing with them after they've 'passed on' seems like the perfect solution.
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Not really. I've always wanted to go into medicine, but I don't want to go near sick people, so dealing with them after they've 'passed on' seems like the perfect solution.
So are you the type that watches CSI???
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So are you the type that watches CSI???
Don't have access to channel 5, unfortunately.
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Don't have access to channel 5, unfortunately.
I think you might enjoy it. Cause it has all that forensics/post mortems/pathology bits encompassed in it. top show.
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I think you might enjoy it. Cause it has all that forensics/post mortems/pathology bits encompassed in it. top show.
Sounds interesting. I was under the impression that all Channel 5 ever shows is porn and documenteries about the nazis.
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Sounds interesting. I was under the impression that all Channel 5 ever shows is porn and documenteries about the nazis.
lol. No its probably the only decent thing on that channel. CSI is actually very god, trust me, if you ever get the chance to watch it, do so.
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