MBBS stands for the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. It is a double degree that is the minimum requirement for all medical students wishing to enter a particular medical specialty following graduation. It is the foundation of your understanding of medicine and surgery. Find out more about an MBBS and the difference from an MD.
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