Well, some people actually do get sick of their "career" and want to pursue their dream of becoming a doctor.
Will your lack of science training be an unsurmountable obstacle?
A program at the Univ of Michigan--Ann Arbor is designed for graduates with no science training--allowing them to be a strong candidate for med school no matter what their age.
It's 14 months long, including:
--Dedicated faculty advisers
--Experimental learning opportunities
--A Foundations for Aspiring Physicians segment
--In-depth prep for the MCAT and help with the admissions process
This is the only program in the country with MCAT prep, they say. they work with MPrep--a company started by a Univ of Mich student.
After completing this, students are ready to apply to the Univ of Mich or any other top medical school.
You have to have a GPA above 3.5 and should be a US citizen or permanent resident.
Go to http://medicine/umich.edu/postbac.
The school also has programs for grads with science training who seek more training.
So there you go--will you be a doctor sometime in the future? C'mon, now.