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Hi Heba. In theory, yes you can study a medical degree without A-level biology however I would strongly advise against it. You will find that well over 90% of students will have an A-level in Biology as knowing the human biology aspect of the syllabus will help you immensely when you start medical school. So in short, yes but this is not advised.
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