HeLa cells

Cellular biology has taken over my life since the start of this academic year. Reading through some of the articles has brought up a common theme of the ‘HeLa cells’ and the first I had heard about these cells was around a year ago during black history month. The GMC expects medical students to be…

DEAR DIARY…

A few days ago I turned 21. Twenty one. I can’t believe that I’ve well and truly left my teenage years and that I’m entering the world of responsibilities. I guess it’s time to really starting facing what God has in store for me. I had a really nice birthday weekend and I felt like…

SUMMER BOOKS

As I’m going to Le Conquet in a few weeks before starting third year, I thought I should finally catch up with some reading. I have really missed getting lost in another world away from the reality of the world around me. However, medicine and all the other obstacles that life chucks my way has…

#4 INFERNO

“The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis.” Dan Brown has always been one of my top favourite authors, and rightly so for a number of reasons. The way he combines science, art, literature and religion to create a fictional story combined with facts boggles…