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Sherri Homanko

There are plenty of options. First of all, you need to get a college degree and then apply to medical school. After medical school, you choose an area you want to specialize in. There are plenty of options that don't necessarily involve blood. There is ears, nose, and throat specialists. There are family practice physicians. There are hospitalists/internal medicine doctors. Outside of being a doctor, there are physicians assistants and pharmacists that don't necessarily deal with "cutting" people. Hope that helps!

Answered 8 years ago

Sherri Homanko