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Medical initiative hits schools

An initiative aimed at developing interest in the healthcare professions in Scottish youngsters kicked off a local programme in St Andrews this week.

US cash injection for cancer scientists

St Andrews scientists exploring the role of phyto-oestrogens in cancer prevention and treatment have attracted the attention of an American company which specialises in the nutritional treatment of cancer.

‘Lost medics’ graduate

CAPTION: The 'Lost Medics' (above) with other medical students at St Andrews at the time (1968) and (below) after Graduating today, with (front centre) Professor Hugh MacDougall, Dean of Medicine and Professor Kenneth Lowe.

‘Lost medics’ to graduate

A group of doctors who studied medicine at the University of St Andrews will finally graduate this summer - more than 30 years after embarking on their course.

New investigations into cancer

Scientists at the University of St Andrews have been awarded funding to look at the differences between cancer cells and normal cells using new optical methods.

Medical funding chief in St Andrews

YOU ARE INVITED TO SEND A REPORTER / PHOTOGRAPHER TO: THE CENTRE FOR BIOMOLECULAR SCIENCES, NORTH HAUGH, ST ANDREWS AT 11.30AM, ON THURSDAY 6TH SEPTEMBER, 2001 AS SIR GEORGE RADDA, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF THE MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL COMPLETES HIS TOUR OF THE CENTRE.