Hello all, I have changed my major from biology recently to psychology. Now I am feeling a strong draw to change again to philosophy. I am still taking my pre-recs for med school, and plan on taking a couple of upper div sciences to help prep for mcat. My question is how do you all think that philosophy can prepare me for a career in medicine? I know that the communication skills and critical thinking skills attained in philosophy are good for any career. I was also amazed to see the percentage of humanities majors were higher last few years than people who have majored in biological sciences(percent wise). What do you guys think of those statistics? Does anyone know of any philosophy majors that have successfully matriculated into medical school(allo or osteo)?