I was too late…
When I first launched my medical career – it was all wrong.
I wanted to do something of value, to help people in an impactful way. I earned a degree in Psychology from SUNY Geneseo. I had research skills. So, I started working with cancer patients who were involved in clinical trials.
After all, what’s more meaningful than helping cancer patients, right?
I was responsible for setting patients up on new experimental drugs. Most of the time, these were terminally ill patients. These were the people that everyone had all but given up on. At this point, what did they have to lose?