BY Makesha Miggins, M.D.

When I was growing up, it always amazed me how my pediatrician could ask just five or six questions, and then magically know exactly what to do or which medicine to prescribe. That was one of the reasons I became a doctor.

In medical school, I focused on breast cancer because it interested me. I became a surgeon because I could better direct patients’ care. And I chose to work at MD Anderson because I admire its multidisciplinary...

Makesha Miggins, M.D.