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New on our #blog, Pathology Spotlight - Coarctation of the Aorta http://buff.ly/2m32xJm
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As part of our International Women's Day Celebrations, we're delighted to be welcoming Smoking Apples to Surgeons' Hall for a puppetry and anatomy workshop!

Tickets are £13/£10 and can be booked here http://buff.ly/2l0cQjv

#IWD2017
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We've added some postcards to our Museum Shop! There's twelve in total.
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Tickets are on sale now for Surgical Sleuths, our kids workshops for the Edinburgh International Science Festival #EdSciFest http://buff.ly/2ktnuAR
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It’s time to #GetConnected with Edinburgh International Science Festival! Plug into great hands-on days out for families and discussions, debates, workshops, screenings and nights out for adults. Browse the programme and book your tickets at http://buff.ly/2lG5XW5.
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#ValentinesDay... The perfect excuse to reshare February's object of the month; a watercolour showing the effects of a myocardial infarction.

Read more - http://buff.ly/2kPcCeZ
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There are only ten tickets left for the History of Medicine Wikipedia Editathon! This free event is a great opportunity for you to help make Wikipedia better!

http://buff.ly/2lnwkMa
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Have you book your space for The Future of Health? Not many tickets left for this fantastic talk! http://buff.ly/2kRWhGI
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Did you know that our Collections team in the Museums have their own Twitter account? As do the Library & Archive here at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. Follow SHM Collections http://bit.ly/SHMCollections and RCSEd Archive http://bit.ly/RCSEdArchive
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This month's object is a watercolour showing the effects of a myocardial infarction. You can read more on our website http://buff.ly/2kRYZwa
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