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.
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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