I Am Montana

Who am I?

Surely I am the way my eyes twinkle at the mere mention of science.

I am the way I talk with such a passion about chemistry.

I am the care I intend to give my future patients. 

Every inch of me is tied together with sutures, IV drips, and stethoscopes.

My passion lies in the pursuit of helping others.

Being a doctor is not a dream for me, it's a certainty. 

It's not about a salary. 

Or a title.

It's about a passion; it always has been. 

It's thought of people I've never met trusting me with their lives.

It's about healing.

I'm about improving the lives of others.

I am medicine. 



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