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Bell Curve


The courts ruled that you did indeed get a little too friendly with one of your young patients. Damn. Twenty-four years of school and not one class on the rules of sexual conduct.


You are a pediatrician just starting out in private practice. The money will be very good once you establish yourself, but for now, you’re pretty much peddling Hepatitis B vaccines on the street.


You work in a small hospital and have a growing list of patients. You're really settling in to the daily routine. Hell, this is kid's stuff.


You have been a pediatrician specializing in pediatric surgery for what seems like forever. You are now making so much money that you could probably buy one of your patients off their parents if you wanted to.


A pediatrician for 30 years, you have achieved nationwide recognition for your series of books on how to keep your child safe, as well as for your invention of the "fetus helmet."