Hey guys, I am a high school senior and am trying to decide if I should follow a pre-med track in college. One thing I am worried about is that I have an uncorrectable visual disability (acuity about 20 / 70). I have been able to adapt very well (I simply need to be closer to objects to seem them as well as those with perfect vision). To provide a standard of comparison, I have a driver's license and can sight read music in my school's top orchestra. In addition, I have not been hurt academically (I will be the valedictorian of a class of 1000, have been accepted into Yale early action, and have conducted organic chemistry research at my state university). I understand how difficult the medical school admissions process is, but I was wondering if my disability would hurt my chances of admission into medical school and/or would make it prohibitively difficult to succeed in medicine? I understand that I could never be a surgeon but am interested in oncology.