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As unbelievable or cheesy as this may sound but to this day I remember being about five years old the apartment building I lived in in Miami with my parents and siblings was right next to a Walgreens pharmacy My mother and I would walk there almost everyday Although I am truly blessed and fortunate now growing up wasnt always like that We didnt have much being that my parents were immigrants from Iraq and fled the country when I was about seven months old My mother and I would walk to Walgreens daily since she still hadnt received her license yet which didnt allow us to go out much especially considering my father was at work We would usually go and look at the toys or pick up prescriptions from the pharmacy My mother would always look at me with a big beautiful smile and say I cant wait for the day I see you in a white coat standing behind that counter I had never really given it much thought nor did I even know what a pharmacist meant until I was in about fifth grade when my uncle was diagnosed and a few months later unfortunately died of lung cancer It really hit home for me I just couldnt fathom someones life be taken from them in such a short amount of time let alone someone so near and dear to me Then I really started to think if there was only something I could do and although I was young I wasnt nave to think oh theres a cure but to at least just prolong his life Have another shareable moment with him Also growing up my younger brother practically lived in the hospital because of his asthma All of this made me realize I wanted to do something in medicine However I also knew that my fear of blood wasnt something I could ever get over which to this day
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