In America, we are used to seeing hospitals and various clinics every few miles in our residential area. We are so fortunate in that sense that we take health care for granted. In struggling countries such as Burma or Haiti, many people are living on the streets being eaten away by diseases we have never dealt with ourselves. If I had the opportunity, I would make a living traveling to these poverty-stricken areas and provide the very vaccinations and treatments we are used to, like the Polio vaccine, and distribute them free of charge. Hopefully, that would help the death toll from sickness lower for these poor people who do not have the means to properly take care of themselves, one needle at a time.