Flesh and Blood -updated-Prologue: The End
"Ma'am, there's been a change," one of the assistants said, walking into Dr. Ryle's office. "We think you should see this."
The doctor stood and walked around her desk, positioning her stethoscope around her neck as she followed the assistant.
"The chem panel we took after administering the stimuli showed a considerable amount of differentiations than the last we took," the assistant informed her as they strode towards the patient's room.
Dr. Ryle looked at the laptop sitting on the cart by the bed. Joshua Tyler, 34, the report said. Summed up, it also talked about a case deemed as food poisoning, but a few symptoms that didn't agree with that diagnosis were also present. "The ROS (review of systems) when the patient first got here was in normal range for a man with food poisoning. Changes?"
And that was when she saw Joshua. The man's shaved head glistened under the hospital lights. His brown eyes looked around the room frantically, and his pupils were fully di