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Power

All doctors have power—you're healing the sick, just like Jesus! Okay, so you have to use a few instruments in order to work your magic, but still. However, if you’re a pediatrician, your power is even greater than that of most other medical professionals. You are saving and improving the lives of our youth—beings who are fragile, brittle, and have not yet lived their full lives. You'll love them; they'll love ya back. If they don't, it's probably their upbringing. You can blame the parents.

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