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What medical careers don't require a lot of science?

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Default What medical careers don't require a lot of science?



yeah, i would like to do something in the medical career because it is in high demand, and i would like to help people as much as possible...but the thing is is that i suck at science...is there anything at all possible in the medical career that doesn't require a ton of science?
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