So, I have a question about my career path. I don't want to stay in science forever, particularly academia. Ideally, I would get an MD-PhD then gradually move on to only practicing medicine (the main reason I'm doing this is because there is no way I can pay for medical school, given that I pay very little for undergraduate right now). However, I know for a fact I'm a much strong PhD candidate than an MD candidate, and I'm very uncertain whether I can get into a top medical school, but pretty confident I can get into a top graduate school. Anyone have experience with switching from a science PhD (most likely genetics or cancer biology) to working in industry, particularly with management, consulting, or finance, or patent law? What are steps that can help prepare this as an undergraduate? I'm taking as much math, economics, business and law as I schedule will allow right now. Would interning at a biotech company help? Please give me some advice. Thanks in advance.