This summer I did something that would change my life forever, I attended MDA summer camp, so for those of you who don’t know what MDA is it stands for the (Muscular Dystrophy Association). We were responsible for one camper during the whole week and there were over one hundred campers we had to turn in our phones for our week, and this was my first time ever doing this so everything was new to me. I went there hoping to change some childs life, but I soon realized that they were the ones changing mine. To make a long story short one night we were in the cabin and one of the campers couldn’t sleep so I went to sit with her on her bed and talk to her she was telling me a little bit about herself and her disease, she told me she had SMA and that is spinal muscular dystrophy during this time she told me that her life expectancy was 15 but that it was okay because she was only nine and she still had time to make a difference, after crying I realized that I had to help in some way. That’s when I decided that I wanted to be a pediatrician to kids who have MD. So to answer your question, if I could get paid to do anything I would want to find a cure for SMA/MDA. Another big goal of mine would be to make the equipment and the medicine that families have to buy for their children would be free. I feel as if its hard enough to know your child has a death sentence, let alone know that you owe hundreds of thousands of dollars. Another thing I would do is build more camps around America so kids who don’t like in Michigan or Ohio had the chance to go and feel like a normal kid for a week, and feel like no one cared that they were in a wheelchair, but be with people who are willing to look past this. I know these are both big goals but I think if I could accomplish these three things it would change the world and I know that its a big goal but I will fight until my last day to find a cure for Muscular Dystrophy.