Date: Tue, 4 Jan 2011 14:58:47 -0800
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Subject: Re: ACS accreditation of undergraduate programs
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Agree.  As a premed, you will be way ahead being a student with a chemistry maj or.


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Pardon my butting in on something that's not in my area, but we really could use more doctors with a strong chemistry b ackground rather than just biochem.  There is  a need to occupati onal physicans and toxicologists or even general practitioners who know how to read an MSDS or a product label. 

Monona Rossol

In a message dated 1/4/2011 3:32:02 PM Eastern Standard Time, Alvaldenio**At_Symbol_Here**A OL.COM writes:

Stacy,  I am a retired Prof in Physical Chem and do not know much about the accredit ation of biochem programs.  I have had many students who went to med s chools with a traditional chemistry major.  That seemed to work well.& nbsp; Dr Denio

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