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I'm a junior currently studying Biology for Pre-Med for my bachelor's. I was originally planning to go to medical school to pursue a career as a radiologist, but now I don't believe medical school is right for me. I want to try to become a radiologic technician, but I have not taken any radiology-related courses nor does the university I attend have any of them. After getting my bachelor's, would I have to start over from scratch or could I take the courses I am missing to get my associate's? Is it even worth finishing and getting my bachelor's? I'm quite confused on what steps to take.
Can anyone tell me what a perfusionist at Massachusetts General Hospital actually does?
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