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Medical student Aleksandar Misev rehearses “X-Med”. Photo by Konrad Reardon THIS year’s ANU medical revue is billed “X-Med”, “a story of mutation and evolution… in the Canberra Hospital”. Think Wolverine, X-Men comics and films.
The revue has been going strong since 2007, and is always a mighty group effort by medical students of the more satirical persuasion.
Profits go to the Newborn Intensive Care Foundation at the Canberra Hospital, but the underlying purpose is to allow medical students to express themselves.
Perhaps, they speculate, it might even make them “more well-rounded”, a quality we all hope for in our future doctors.
This year they’ve even released a trailer to lure audiences in, at anumedrevue.com/x-med-2012/
“X-Med”, Tim Murray Theatre, Canberra Grammar School, 40 Monaro Crescent, Red Hill, May 9-12. Bookings to firstname.lastname@example.org
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