My Aspiration to Become a Doctor

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My aspiration to become a doctor dates back to when I was in elementary school. Although as a young person, I did not quite understand what doctors essentially do my desire heightened by the sick people I came across. As I grew up, I steadily understood what it entailed being a doctor and that strengthened my desire even more of becoming a doctor. The fact that doctors save lives also forms part of why I want to become a doctor. When I was eight years old, my grandfather suffered from cancer. This resulted to my mom making endless trips to the hospital to visit him. Occasionally, she would take me along, and the condition my grandfather was in, mortified me. He always seemed to be in too much pain and as I was young and eager to learn…show more content…
The book made me feel like I am already practicing as a doctor as it gave light to my inner vision. Thirdly, I want to become a doctor to be able to help people who are less fortunate in society and those born with deformities. This reason inspired by the plight of people who live in third-world countries and can not be able to afford enough funds to seek quality medical care. In addition, many
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