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The white walls and white tiles surrounded me as I made my way up to room 24D I was greeted by the familiar smells of disinfectant ammonia and sickness Over the past month Ive gotten used to coming to the hospital every single day and looking for my grandmas acquainted room Entering the room I saw her lying in the white hospital bed with a white and blue patterned gown under white sheets laughing at the ridiculous commercials that aired on the TV Wearing a nice white cardigan with a floral touch and a pink shirt and a pair of leggings to match our family was due for a meeting The nurses and doctors asked us to arrive after nine oclock to determine whether grandma can finally eat or not Surviving a surgery that has a low rate of survival chance she wasnt allocated to eat solid foods and was fed IV food Its been a month since she was able to eat and our family could not anticipate getting an answerNine oclock struck the clock My Mom aunt and I strolled in to a cramped room full of chairs and a long wooden oval table in the middle about six people sat in the woven chairs four doctors in white lab coats and the remainder in casual clothes Walking in and looking at their faces I felt a bit of disgust Grandma was not allowed to eat for a month because they were frightened she couldnt swallow solid foods She was getting frailer each day The doctors decide to hold a conference at this moment a month after her surgery when shes at her weakest point Everyone sat in the room for about an hour Getting tired I placed my head on the cold wooden table while the doctors deliberated with my mom that it would be a suitable idea for my grandma to slowly start getting used to the solid foods but
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