Just graduating and becoming a board-certified radiologist is pretty damn glorious. Your self-esteem will be solid, your mother will brag, and marriageable partners will throw themselves at your feet. You could have a test or procedure or discovery named after you. You could be an expert witness in a high profile court case. You could be the consultant everyone calls on for your specialty, but of course the best form of glory comes from the reason you went into medicine in the first place: You save lives. Not just the lives of your patients, but the lives of anyone who suffers from something invisible to the human eye, something you've brought to light.