I'm a 16 yearold high school student that works for pediatrician, and is an inspiring doctor. I really want to go into to medicine to help people. The human body has always intrigued me and I feel that with this field I can not only study the body but help people along the way. I really want to become a peditirician and possibly specialize. The specialties that interest me most are neurology, oncology, and cardiology. All of these types of things have been in my family from my grandmohter who died of cancer, my grandfather being in cardiac arrest and being cathed, and another gradfather with major back complications especially inthe spinal cord. My problem is with trying to find information to help me, although this site has a wealth of information. Anything that you can think of that will help, especially with the medschool requirements, what to major in and take would help a lot. Any info on the specialties and your experiences would be cool also. I understand most medical terms from working witha doctor, and understand a lot f the residecny and fellowship, clerkship, and on and on , but it all gets really confusing. I think this inside look from being in the medical field has really helped me alot and pushed from the other careers I was pondering. Thanks for any help no matter how small or trivial.