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    I've been member for some time now but haven't got around to introduce myself yet. I'm 33 years old, a father and a surgeon. When I was a "kid" I played Rouge Trader a couple of years and rediscovered the game a year ago. I play IG (Cadian) but am currently starting to collect Space Marines (thereby staying true to Him-on-Earth).

    Love the site, especially the illuminating Articles section. I hope to post some pics and bat reps (my guards blasting Orks to the stone-age (if I may quote Kissinger...)) in the future if I can spare some of my shrinking time...

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    DrDoktorn


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    hi! welcome to LO, always nice to see some professionals involved in the hobby, and i bet those steady surgeon hands help with rolling dice (or maybe not?) see you around the boards!
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    Yeh a steady pair of hands are a valuable asset in this hobby. Do you specialise in any particular area of surgery? Always a pleasure to meet a proffessional
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    Welcome aboard the good ship LO. I am sure Greph will come along and ask you a few questions as she is our resident medical student.......

    Eat plently of fruit you hear, we don't want scruvy around these parts...........

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    Hi
    No special area yet. However, I did work at a transplantation center a couple of years ago where I'm also doing some research. Transplantation surgery means long, long, long, long nights and since I recently got a wonderful daughter I do not know if its worth the price...(I wont have time to paint either....)
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    Heyla Drdoktorn, and welcome to the forum. Here I am, dropping by to say hello as Chemicalcaveman suggested I might. I am a second-year medical student myself, currently working part-time as ICU caretaker and laboratory assistant, and of course I’m always interested in meeting future colleagues. There are also a few other medical professionals to be found among the members of this forum, including a doctor from Sweden and one from the USA, if I remember correctly. Might I ask where you live?

    As for the forum, I take it you’ve already read the forum rules, found here. If you’ve got any questions not covered by the FAQ section or comments about the site, please don’t hesitate to contact me or one of the other moderators, we’re here to help and happy to do so.

    I hope you’ll enjoy your stay here, and have fun. Looking forward to seeing you around.

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    Hi

    I live in a small community called Asa (the 1:st A with a little dot over it...) between Varberg and Gothenburg in Sweden. I observed that you live in Copenhagen where I actually have got a cousin named Bjorn. I was born in Helsingborg so I'm practically half-dane

    Good luck with your studies! Surgery is challenging, exciting, funny and sometimes not so far from "the dark, grim..."......

    DrDoktorn

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