Gwynedd woman first in UK to qualify as a reconstructive scientist

Gwynedd woman first in UK to qualify as a reconstructive scientist
 

A Gwynedd woman has become the first person in the UK to graduate as a reconstructive scientist.
After completing the first course of its kind in the country, Kelly Morris, will now help patients who have suffered from malformations, cancer or trauma especially in the skull, jaw and face.
Kelly, from Barmouth, a former dental nurse who studied a degree in dental technology in Cardiff, was one of just eight students to study the reconstructive science programme at Morriston Hospital in Swansea.
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5 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 43
Source: Daily Post
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