Living Hope-Dr Melissa Rowland-Goldsmith knew what she wanted to be when ”she grew up”
How many of us can say "I know what I want to be when I grow up?" Dr Rowland-Goldsmith knew exactly wanted she wanted to be at a very young age. She was horrified to hear a couple of girls make fun and laugh at a classmate when her wig fell off while changing for P.E. You see this little girl and been diagnosed with leukemia and lost her hair during chemotherapy. This event affected Melissa profoundly and she knew then she would be a oncologist. Her path took a little detour but she still has a tremendous affect on those diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Hear how her journey with pancreatic cancer will help mold future Doctors and Researchers to communicate better with patients.
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