From a very young age I was in an environment surrounded by health services where I had as an example my grandfather and my father, many times I was amazed by what they did, but where he really came from, what was shocking was in him after taking care of his patients, the gratitude and satisfaction for having served, giving second chances by restoring health to many people. The funny thing is that many times I was a patient, I had a phobia of doctors even having two doctors at home, I thought I would never get used to them, but like all children and adults, we fear what we do not understand, when it comes time to deciding in my university career I opted for medicine, at first I just wanted to experiment in the career, I had very hard teachers who many times demanded more of me than the rest of my classmates, of course many of them had been students or colleagues of my relatives, so that without realizing it they were no longer the ones who demanded of me but it was me because every day I wanted to improve not because I wanted the best grades, but to be able to offer what I saw as a child, to give back to people the most important thing in life, their health, and this is not achieved if one is not prepared, however apart from knowledge there is something more important which is charisma and vocation, which is something that is not learned in the classrooms of a university, this it is brought but very few work to develop it, at my age I have been able to see more than a thousand patients in a community with high social risk where I have been able to restore health to hundreds of people and I have contributed to the promotion of health in an exposed community not only thousands of diseases but conditions such as malnutrition, bad habits and rejection.
Life gave me the opportunity to be a university teacher where I have tried to sensitize my students so that they can recover that respect that I used to see before, on the part of doctors towards their patients, as well as from patients to the doctor. Today I am constantly updated, I am part of a group of doctors and I participate in talks sponsored by multiple pharmaceutical houses in favor of continuing medical education. I can assure you that I would study medicine again and I know this, since I have never stopped my learning.