Imperial College London

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Imperial College London,

officially

The Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine,

London, England, est. 1907 through the merger of the Royal College (1845), Royal School of Mines (1851), and City and Guilds College (1884). It was part of the Univ. of London from 1908 to 2007, when it became independent. The main campus is located in South Kensington; several other campuses also are situated in central London. A research and teaching institution, it is divided into four main faculties—engineering, medicine, the natural sciences, and the business school—with more than 40 research centers, departments, and institutes.
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A graduate of Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School, Dr Craig is a member of the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.
There are medicines of proven effectiveness available over the counter and I recommend them to my patients if and when it is appropriate," says Dr James Kennedy, GP and senior lecturer in general practice at Charing Cross And Westminster Medical School, London.
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