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At the moment I'm a high school senior, and while I wait for my ED application results, I'm stressing out a little about what I'm going to do with my future. At the moment med school seems really attractive, but that may just be because I don't know about a lot of the jobs that are out there. I'm thinking of majoring in Math, with either a second major or a minor in biochemistry. I know I don't have to major in bio, but I'm really interested in in, especially in doing research. Now, I'm wondering, are all doctors able to do research, or do only MD/PHDs do research?
I'm asking because, while I think I have a good chance at getting into medical school, I think it's unlikely that I'll qualify for an MD/PHD program, advice?