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    Pediatric Oncology is at the heart of many organizations. There are many financial and emotional burdens associated with a loved one having cancer, and thanks to these foundations parents and children can sleep a little bit better at night knowing that someone has their back. Some of the more prominent groups that have an impact here in our community are: Alliance for Childhood Cancer, Bear Necessities Pediatric Cancer Foundation, CURE Childhood Cancer, and National Cancer Institute (Mccaul). These

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    instantly brings sadness to the heart of parents. However, due to the help of Pediatric Oncologists, remission is possible. You may wonder, what a Pediatric Oncologist is. A Pediatric Oncologist is a doctor who diagnoses and treats cancer patients from infancy to the age of eighteen. Through treatment plans and research, Pediatric Oncologists try to find a cure for their sick patients. While this may be a difficult job, Pediatric Oncologists are passionate about their work and strive to give hope to their

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    They Control the BRAIN! Most people do not know what a pediatric neurosurgeon is, but when you explain what it is, and then they realize what it is. Ever Since I first saw the movie “Gifted Hands” about Ben Carson’s journey in his life and how much hard work and dedication it took him to become the successful pediatric neurosurgeon he is. I picked this career to write about because I want to be able to save small the lives of small children with neuro issues. I want to be the reasons that conjoined

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    The medical profession of saving young lives on a day to day basis is pediatric surgery . Being a Pediatric Surgeon requires years of study, and a mindset, able to handle the world of Pediatrics. To be a Pediatric Surgeon commands a true love for the profession you are entering. This profession demands a desire to work with the complex anatomy that we call our bodies. To make it as a Pediatric Surgeon, you must have a genuine love for the children you treat. Not only do work with children, you also

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    the rise of heart defects at an even younger age is emerging. According to the CDC about one third of the United States children are either overweight or obese. This interest in obesity as a social issue is what inspired me to pursue a career in pediatric cardiology. The way my personality type is wired seems to be indicative of a position in which I can grow as well as prosper. In addition, I believe that being able to identify a disease within a person at a young age and follow them in their treatment

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    Pediatric Nurse Essay

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    The career of my dreams is to be a pediatric nurse. You know how as a kid you say that when you grow up you are going to be a teacher, doctor, or a construction worker. Well not me I have always wanted to be a nurse, but about three or four years ago I decided that I wanted to be a pediatric nurse. The reason why I decided on being a pediatric nurse is because I love kids and I want to help make sure that children feel good each and everyday. I am also interested in the profession because of how

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    My Mother As A Pediatrics

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    is because of my mother that I, Jalyssa Smith, want to major in biology and become a pediatrician. A pediatrician is evidently a practitioner who specializes in Pediatrics. The word Pediatrics and its cognates are defined as the “healer of children” and in which are derived from the Greek words “pais” and “iatros”. ("History of Pediatrics.") Prior to the 19th century, doctors and medical practitioners were mainly responsible for the treatment for adults and children were predominantly cared for by

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    One day I will be a pediatric surgeon. That is my ultimate goal. I have always dreamed of becoming a doctor but have recently narrowed down my specialization to becoming a pediatric surgeon, possibly in trauma. Before I have any slight chance in coming anywhere near my goals I need to get through my undergraduate school with top grades. I plan on achieving my goal of graduating from college and obtaining a degree in Biology with a concentration in Pre-Medicinal Sciences. From there I am hopeful of

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    grown with us. Now that time has gone by I don't really want to be a princess anymore. I have found something that interests me more than a castle and a big crown, helping kids and saving lives. That is why I have chosen to be a Pediatric Oncologist. I feel that pediatric oncologist do the unthinkable. They save hundreds of lives in their lifetime, say goodbye to patients every day, and spend more time with other families then their own. They dedicate over half of their day to other people and they

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    soccer player would not be the same success for a pediatrics nurse. Now, the real question is what exactly is considered success for a pediatrics nurse? In nursing it is all about improving lives and helping people. For a pediatrics nurse success would be along the lines of saving a life, curing a sickness, or even impacting the lives of others.     Although success comes in many different ways one of the biggest forms of success for a pediatrics nurse is being able to save a life especially a young

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