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My passion for medical transcription arose because of my love for research and thirst for knowledge after losing my father from stroke complications. I have been curious about new diagnoses, medications, technologies, and new treatment options. As a transcriptionist, you learn new and challenging problems people face on a day-to-day basis. As these problems are address it’s easier to understand how to deal and cope with situations, also understanding symptoms of your body. My father passed away seven years ago from a stroke. If I had known the signs and symptoms, I probable could have saved him. I felt helpless after the fact. "Why didn't I know"? How can anyone be helped If understanding the problem does not exist within. His stroke was on Thanksgiving Day, I will never forget. For this heart breaking day, it gives me great pleasure to work within the medical field. I want to understand why and how the signs we see in people can give information about what preventatives to take. I know I have determination to work hard, the compassion needed while assisting patients, and the ability to work well under pressure and in a team-oriented environment.

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    Get rid of all instances of "you" and its forms.

    Revise, and then repost.

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