I am currently a pharmacy student. I would like to know it is possible if to get my PharmD after going to school for six years and then go to med school and become a doctor, possibly a neurologist. After going to pharmacy school, I plan on possibly going into hospital pharmacy. I wouldn't go to med school right away. I am interested in pharmacy because I am fascinated with how drugs interact with the body and cure various diseases. However, I am also interested in medicine because I like biology the human body. I have heard that it is not possible to work in med school. My parents pushed me towards pharmacy because they liked how I was guaranteed a spot unlike med school and they even said that though both schools are expensive, I could use the money I make as a pharmacist to get me through med school. Would I be able to work as a pharmacist for a while, quit and go to med school, and work part time as a pharmacist during med school? I don't know any other way I would be able to pay for med school and my bills at them same if I don't have a steady source of income. I do know that I would have to go to school for at least 10 years. Would I need to worry about med school prerequisites as I am in pharmacy school or would they be waived when I apply to med school provided that I haven't been out of school for a long time?