Jealous of all those smug oncologists and neurologists getting all the money, while you're left with the scraps and an untreated brain tumor? You need merely emigrate to the United Kingdom, where anti-discrimination law will guarantee you a living, and a medical degree:
Alan Power, who has been a member of a Spiritualist church for 30 years, argues that his belief in the power of mediums should be placed on a par with more mainstream religious and philosophical convictions.
He has already secured a legal ruling that his principles are covered by laws designed to prevent religious discrimination in the workplace, and is now seeking to prove that they were the reason for his dismissal.
Mister Power was dismissed by the city of Manchester because he consulted psychics. Oh, did I call him Mister Power? That should be Detective Power. Power was fired from his job as a police trainer because he recommended that budding British cops consult psychics to solve crimes.
Of course it doesn't matter that British courts won't accept psychically derived testimony as evidence, any more than it matters that British tumors won't respond to sincere prayer or ginseng root extract. Someone has been discriminated against. It's unfair, and there ought to be a law!
Naturally we can't predict the future. We can't know, yet, that British courts will recognize a right for Christian Scientists to work as physicians, free of the the twin tyrannies of biology and so-called "good medical practice." Only a psychic could know that. But the precedent follows naturally.
As for those wrongly convicted, or whose diseases go untreated as a result of this groundbreaking precedent, at least they'll be free of discrimination in their cells and hospices.