When I finished high school, I had no doubts that I wanted to do Biotechnology. After realizing that working in a lab was not my thing and that math and more technical stuff motivated me, I knew that I wanted to do a master's in Computational Biology. After the master's, starting a PhD was my top option. Now, the situation feels different. I finished the third year of my PhD this month, and I am on the last part of the journey. However, I have no idea what I will do next.
Some types of chemotherapy eliminate cancer cells by damaging their DNA. These drugs can also affect healthy cells, where the damage can generate mutations that persist after the end of the treatment.