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THANK YOU for the overwhelming number of sign-ups for Meddies' Dinner!! Due to some logisticial difficulties, we are having a venue change for the event to Lim Kopi, which is also situated in the CBD area! The timing and price per pax will still remain the same as before and an email regarding payment will be sent to all successful participants very soon!! :-)) Once again, thank you for supporting Meddies Dinner and we can’t wait to see you on 1st of October! 🥰🥰🥰😚😚😚 ... See MoreSee Less
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Sign ups for Nepal OCIP are open now! What are you waiting for, sign up now! The form closing date has been extended to 18 September to accomodate for this. Form link: If there are any questions, contact Victoria +65 84222314 (whatsapp/tele)Or Alex 0435797654 ... See MoreSee Less
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Hey SMSV! As exams are right around the corner, things are about to get BUSY! We have compiled important education related dates for the month of October so that you won’t miss it, check it out! Further information will be released via the SMSV education channel so do keep an eye out for them! ... See MoreSee Less
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Wherever the art of medicine is loved, there is also a love of Humanity.
Hippocrates (c.460-c.370 BC), Ancient Greek physician and philosopher. Hippocrates, who is considered the father of medicine, founded a medical school on the Aegean island of Kos. He had a rational approach, believing that disease was caused by physical phenomena, and not by the the gods. Artwork from the 19th century book ^IVies des^i ^ISavants Illustres^i.
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