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You have a good list there, right now i know that there are a number of medical schools that accept degrees from the UK. I could only find about three med schools which are Virginia, northwestern and Stanford who say they would accept applicant with UK degrees.
In fact, about half of all the medical schools in the US do not consider applications of other than US or Canadian citizens at all (see which medical schools accept international applicants ). Most of those, then, require that students either get their undergraduate degree in the United States, or spend at least one year at a US educational institution.