Children Pay For Their Parent’s Fault

Sketches By Nitesh

Trigger warning: This particular post talks about HIV infected infants, broken needles and blood. If any of this isn’t your usual cup of tea. Kindly skip the post.

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Well, if the title offended you, do not read anymore. Believe it or not, children always pay for their parent’s mistake, for their shortcomings. They always do.

I’m a PhD candidate working on the immunological aspects of HIV/AIDS in infants. I can actually write fifty posts just explaining exactly what my thesis’s aim is, what experiments I have planned and what are the possible implications we wish to achieve with them, but that is not the point of this post. I’m not that rational right now.

I wrote this particular post yesterday (Thursday are the days we have the clinic in our hospital for these kids).

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