Chances to get into Medschool with BME under these conditions
I'm transferring in a 4-years University as a Biomedical Engineering major but I would like to get into Medical School in the near future. I've always had a passion for nutrition, sports supplements, homeopathic remedies and medical sciences in general. That's why I work in a vitamin store and I'm in premed. My GPA is average, 3.4. I am very good in Math/physics and Engineering but I'm average in Bio and Chem. However, lately I have been distracted with my local gym and laziness (I must admit). Consequently, my final grades for Gen Chem 2 and Gen Bio 2 were Cs (which saddens me). My "3.4 GPA" is current. A friend of mine told me having Cs in Bio and Chem ruined my chances of getting into Medschool. To be honest, I'm scared because from what I read online, a high GPA and good grades in bio; chem and other premed courses is key to get into medical school. I also read that majoring in non-science majors is not a issue for future Medschool students as long as they end up taking their premed courses. The questions I have in my head right now are: "If I manage to raise my GPA and perform well in remaining courses, Will I still be prequalified for medschool?"; "Have i ruined my chances of getting into medschool because of my gpa and bad grades in bio and chem?"
All this being said, I was wondering if anyone (doctors, medschool students or professors) could share their point of view in this specific scenarios.
P.S.: Critics and advices are welcome. I'd rather listen to the harsh true than listening to consolations.
Thank you all in advance.