Pediatric Oncologist Research Paper

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The reason why I chose this career is because ever since I was small I always want to be a doctor and save people’s lives . Something about this career of a Pediatric Oncologist is something I chose at random but I always to be a Oncologist . There’s so much Oncologist’s to chose from and I chose this one because I wanna help children and teenagers who have cancer . I wanna be a great doctor just not a regular doctor a good one a . I just help kids get better and be health , and see them do better in life than just be in the hospital . My heart has always be big for children who are sick , it's breaks my heart knowing that they might survive or not

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