Dora had traveled extensively in her younger days, but eventually she settled down.
After acing her ESL course, she was graduated from high school with top honors, no doubt helped by her stupendous knowledge of geography. But four years of college helped turn her interests in a different direction: toward the world of medicine.
An ace with a scalpel, she naturally drifted into a specialty in surgical oncology. If there was a tumor, she could find and extirpate it. Her cure rates were astonishing; hospitals the world over sang her praises.
Nobody could do exploratory surgery like Dora the Explorer.