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As a medical student, I really benefited a lot from this book. Found all the necessary information required in a simple way. What makes it special is the nice diagrams and clinical case scenarios provided in each chapter.
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I'm studying medicine, and our biochem lecturer usually tends to use strangely scary diagrams to explain a simple concept, and its always confusing for everyone. But with this book, I got a good grasp of essential biochem for medicine. Give it a try
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