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Does anyone have some advice?

kwolfens at OPAL.TUFTS.EDU kwolfens at OPAL.TUFTS.EDU
Tue Sep 19 01:20:09 EST 1995

One possible solution to combining these interests is veterinary 
medicine.  A D.V.M. degree is also able to be combined with any number of 
other degrees, including MPH (masters of public health), PhD, MS and 
others.  The nearest resource in Ohio would be OSU which has a vet 
school.  There are programs (not sure if at OSU) which allow you to go to 
vet school early before all four years of college are done.  In addition, 
it is not mandatory to take any particular major as long as basic science 
req's are met.  I am a student in the Tufts Vet school in Boston, MA and 
welcome any questions although I may not have the answers :)

On 18 Sep 1995, Cindy Lai wrote:

> Hi, I am currently a student at Oberlin college and I am very interested 
> in biology and medicine. I would like to have a career in the field, but 
> I have heard that medicine is not a very good option right now...The 
> field is too saturated and because of insurance and office groups, has 
> become too troublesome and money-oriented. 
> Does anyone have opinions to offer?  Would a growing field such as 
> computers or stocks be a better alternative?
> Thanks!

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