Practicing medicine is not what it was even twenty years ago unless you opt for a state sponsored job in a small community in the sticks. By the way, those pay better than you might think, and the back office stuff is provided by the state. Anyway, here are the only two people I know of who have done what you describe, and they were great.<br />
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William Carlos Williams was a doctor and a rather prolific, and good, poet. He somehow found the balance.<br />
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Carlos_Williams<br />
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Michael Crichton never needed much sleep, so he was able to handle a family, medical school, and writing The Andromeda Strain all at once. <br />
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Crichton

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edit medical literature

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I looked into technical writing and it will take me on a path I'm not willing to take.

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Stretch yourself for a while longer you will see the chance when it comes.

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No. You help yourself.

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Wow you are loads of help. Thanks

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If you become a doctor you can have as much free time as you like. You could choose to work 3 days per week or whatever you want to pursue other interests. That's the benefit of a profession that is much demanded and that pays assloads of money.

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