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In a life of poverty illnesses surround its inhabitant From poor nutrition to unfit living conditions come afflictions that range from a cough to polio And as a society we preoccupy ourselves with the short comings of poverty Creating a revolving door at hospitals treating the poor for their present illnesses but paying no mind in preventing them for the future In Danielle Ofris SAT Ofri describes her experience as a doctor treating an impoverished unambitious young man Nemesio Rios Instead of just following up on Rios routine check up Ofri decides to prepare Rios for the SAT so that he could have a chance to go to college For educational preparation is the preventative medicine for ones future well being because improving ones economical status increases their overall health However with Rios situation Ofri recalled the image of a corpse she had seen long ago that reminded Ofri of Rios which motivated Ofri to help Rio But with Rios being so lazy would he when left alone follow through with the SAT Or where Ofris efforts was just a tip of the iceberg From this experience Orfi learned the much more important meaning of preventative medicine Nemesio Rios was an openly lazy disillusioned young man He had unrealistic goals that he himself did not believe in His desire of playing professional basketball fell short of realistic along with his second choice of being a comic book artist Rios shot himself down with the idea of himself becoming a professional basketball player saying that he was to short t play professionally As for Rios second idea of becoming a comic book artist Rios demonstrated a lack of enthusiasm or decisiveness It was as if he was indifferent to what he wanted to do for the rest of his life He is a confused young man who only does what he is told The only motivation in Rios life came from others around him From people
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