Why I Want For A Pharmacist

1256 WordsMay 10, 20156 Pages
"Just because you graduated from a university doesn 't mean your days of studying are over” says a woman named Rosemary Killeen. Throughout my life I have been divulged with many different questions on what I want to be when I get older. I always had vacillated between “I am not really sure yet” and “I want to be a professional athlete”. But now that I have sat down to think about it I realized that I would like to be a pharmacist. A pharmacist is a person who is professionally qualified to prepare and dispense medical drugs. I think that being a pharmacist would be good for me because I would like to be in the health field but working as a surgeon is not my type of thing. As you read on you soon will find out the history of a pharmacist, what you need to obtain being a pharmacist, a description of being a pharmacist, and why this job is for me. Pharmacy can be traced far back into history. According to Pharmacy, the first known production of medicine substance was around 6th century BC, however the earliest text of pharmacy can be dated back to the 3rd or 4th AD. Ancient Egyptian’s knowledge on pharmacy was originally written on papyrus. The earliest known complete filling of medicine was done by the Hindu. One famous pharmacist named John Pemberton was actually the man that invented Coca-Cola. I really think it is bizarre that a pharmacist to be the person that would invent a kind of pop let alone Coca-Cola. Coca-Cola is one of the most popular drinks in not only the US

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