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 more, I asked a lot of questions as to why my grandfather was under going too much pain. My mom always tried to encourage me by telling me that the doctors will make sure that my grand dad pulls through his sickness. This gave me some sense of hope made me believe that doctors always saved life. That is when my dream of becoming a doctor started as I was pestering my mother with many questions concerning being a doctor. In addition to my grand dad's sickness, I also experienced a fatal road accident, which also made me want to become a doctor. The accident involved a saloon car and a cyclist. It happened one evening while I was walking home from school. Suddenly, I heard screeching sounds of a car tire and before I turned around to look there was a loud sound, and the next thing I saw was a lifeless body of a mid aged man behind me. The car then, speed away quickly while we tried to administer first aid to the victim, but it was unfortunate as he had crushed his skull caused by the impact he landed with on the road. Secondly, as I advanced in my education and did some wide reading, I came across a book entitled "Treatment Kind and fair: Letters to a young Doctor". The book written by Perri Klass is inspirational, and boosted me as...
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