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Author Topic: Future Degree to Pursue  (Read 667 times)

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Offline klouny

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Future Degree to Pursue
« on: April 02, 2011, 08:21:52 PM »
I was just recently diagnosed with HIV, I have THE best support group in the world and it has made the world of a difference.
Currently I am an art student, studying to get my A.A in Fine/studio arts, after which I wanted to Study in a 4 year to get my degree in Graphic Design. but initially I was a biology major, studying to become a nurse, but quit and changed my major because I didn't think I had the heart to deal with sick people. 

after seeing this video ----> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFkeOJ8Yj84

from a fellow member (tednlou2 )

After seeing that video, my spirits were uplifted. I know this disease is slowly progressing from what it was in the early years of the epidemic from what I've learn in my bio books. so seeing this compared to what we bio majors saw is amazing.
I am not the brightest tool in the shed, even though I can sure play the part. but I decided that when I am done with both of those majors to go back once again to school and get my biology major once again. so that when I am older I can volunteer and help third world countries with this disease. hopefully I can help those in my country  (Nicaragua)who cannot afford the medicines or even seeing a doctor .

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