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Cameron Stocks
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Attends Barts and The London, Queen Mary's School of Medicine and Dentistry
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Warhammer! Some unexpected time at my parents has allowed me to sort through my old stuff so that I can sell it. The hobby consumed my teenage years, but I don't have the space to store all of it anymore. I've recently started doing a bit here and then in my spare time, to get some headspace though, so I picked up my tools and I'm keeping a few kits to work with. I was never really into the gaming side either, but mainly focused on converting and sculpting, with a bit of painting thrown in. I even got through to the national finals of the painting competition when I was 14 or something! 
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Swedish Expert Committee: A #LowCarb Diet Most Effective for #WeightLoss. #keto
Which diet is the most effective for weight loss? This could be a historic day in Sweden. Today it became official. After over two years of work, a Swedish expert committee published their expert inquiry Dietary Treatment for Obesity (Google translated from Swedish). This report from SBU (Swedish Council on Health Technology Assessment) is likely to be the basis for future dietary guidelines for obesity treatment within the Swedish health care sy...
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Awesome. #campgyno #flo
Simplify your period: http://www.helloflo.com Download the song "Queen Bee" here: http://bit.ly/QueenBeeDL Co-Writer/Co-Director: Jamie Mccelland and Pete Ma...
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Interesting piece on the resurgence of Mongolian shamanism. Incidentally, during the expansion of the Mongolian empire shamanism underlay the religious tolerance that allowed the empire(s) to become such a melting pot of cross-cultural learning, causing ideas to spread across Europe, Asia and eventually north Africa. Given how closely shamanism was tied to Mongolia, the Mongols felt no qualms with allowing others to hold and practice their own beliefs.
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Has anyone here been following the #Post2015  process? I'd love to hear people's thoughts on how its going for health, and what goals they'd like to be in there.
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Government policy and privatisation mean the NHS as we know it will be gone in as little as five years if no one speaks up, says Kailash Chand
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University of Cambridge... IN LONDON!?!
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That would make sense... I watched this on chromecast (no annotations)
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#VUCA: leadership lessons we can learn from the #military http://goo.gl/R7odhw 
By David Slocum As part of a long-term research project examining the guiding tenets of creative leadership, Doug Guthrie and I have interviewed dozens of leaders of creative businesses. Many of these leaders were previously or remain successful creatives. Besides illuminating the ways that effective creative leadership can be developed and sustained, one [...]
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Government under fire for rejecting European Union food bank funding... #insanity

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Critics say Conservative anti-EU ideology being put ahead of needs of the poor after UK officials turn down subsidy
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Two French economists plotted the income gap. Gatsby made it famous
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Medical Student with a passion for global health equity
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  • Barts and The London, Queen Mary's School of Medicine and Dentistry
    Medicine, 2013 - present
  • University of Cambridge
    Medicine, 2009 - 2012
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Great coffee and the Gorgonzola, prosciutto and fig toastie is unmatched
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reviewed 8 months ago
The only enjoyable thing about five guys is the music. £15 for a burger, regular fries and a drink. The burger was poor - only marginally better than McDonalds, and undeserving of the pricetag. Beef was flavourless and overcooked, and the cheap bun disintegrated from the wet toppings. Spicy fries were ok, but not crisp. £2.50 for a pour your own soda... Which you can get for much less at Subway. Five guys are obviously hoping to jump on the hype-train that is gourmet burgers in London, but they stumbled at their first step: the food.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Awesome bubble tea. Better than any that I have tried, including Bubbleology, and Ooshi (in Cambridge). Tapioca balls are usually cooked to perfection, and the tea is not overpowering, as can often be the case. The option to have your bubble tea hot is also a bonus. My favourite is Taro with plain tapioca balls, either hot (tastes like warm custard) or cold (perfect on a sunny day).
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reviewed a year ago
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It was my favourite bubble tea place, until my last few visits. The Tapioca balls have been consistently over/under cooked, and are hard.
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reviewed a year ago
Awful food, jaded decor, rude staff and not cheap! We went to China City last night on the basis of the 4* aggregate score on Google. Do not be fooled! The food was gloopy, poorly balanced, and cost around double what you would expect for that standard of Chinese food. One thing that stuck out was the Shanghai Dumplings, which were full of liquid grease, were not completely cooked, and had a strange, almost tainted flavour. With the exception of one person, the staff were cold and rude, clearing plates at inappropriate times and interrupting us while taking the order. Given that it was 8pm on a Friday night, you would expect it (anfd any other central London eater...) to be full of people, but only 10% of the tables were filled at any one time. Do not eat here.
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