Throughout the course, you will be looking at how the human body functions, down to the level of cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, and how they all work together. A Biomedicine degree is a suitable path for those who are passionate about medicine, but perhaps less interested in the direct patient interaction which is so intrinsic to both the Medicine degree and the vocation of a doctor. The degree provides no medical training, instead focusing on the scientific basis of disease and how it interacts with the human body.
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