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Imagine being a first year medical surgeon fresh out of the highest-ranking university in the nation You work in the Los Angeles General Hospital building in the Emergency Room as your days are spent saving people from the cruel realities that they are forced to live among Day after day you see bundles of people coming in with a variety of gunshot knife and domestic violence wounds Your troubles are easily forgotten however by receiving over 300000 a year a brand new Jaguar and a house upon the Hollywood Hills Suppose for a moment that one evening while you are on duty an ambulance radios in and says that they are bringing in a multiple gunshot wound victim and to prepare the ER for an immediate operation You begin to order people around and prepare the ER before the ambulance arrives Soon enough the victim is present only to show that he is not the average gang-banger drug dealer or policeman instead it is the near-lifeless body of your own son Your whole body freezes your brain shuts down as you see every precious second slip away through the stone-cold stare of your childs eyes His life and future all depend on you saving his life You realize that the only way to save him is an immediate heart transplant and you have not a second to lose You yell at the nurse to find the nearest heart donor in hopes that your young son will make it through the night Unfortunately your hopes are destroyed as the medical assistant informs you that the nearest heart donor is in Spokane Washington 2345 miles away Your son gives you an unforgettable look of fear as he slips away into the great beyond far from his warm and safe family You drop to your knees in tears and you swear you could hear the voice of your deceased son say Why Why didnt you save me
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