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Photosynthesi

By ahetheropolis All Rights Reserved ©

Fantasy / Scifi

Prologue: Patient Letter

[Insert Month Here] [Insert Day Here], 212[#]

To the parents of [Insert Patient Name Here],

My name is Dr. Katerina Kennedy; I am developing a voluntary trial program entitled Photosynthesi.

Your child is currently suffering from the leading disease in the world, Vitamin D Deficiency; [He/She] has been selected for this voluntary program because [He/She] has the capability to enter into our [Insert appropriate designation (FWS/H20/G2V) here] designation. Your child’s designation has been chosen dependant on the disease’s severity within their system.

Your child will be taken from the world and life they live now and be given the chance to start over; in a controlled environment that will allow my researchers and me to watch over and ensure the well-being of your child. I must also inform you that your child will have no recollection of anything that has happened in their personal lives. They will not remember you, any other family, friends, etc. They will solely be left with memories of the basic world and how it works.

However, I can completely certify that your child will no longer suffer from the Vitamin D Deficiency once they are introduced to this program and the treatment that will be administered to them on a regular basis. They will also no-longer suffer from any other disabilities, such as myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, etc.

If you agree to enter your child into this revolutionary program you would ensure the possibility of feasibly curing the rest of the people in the entirety of the world who are also suffering from this disease.

Once the program is underway and we can determine the possibility that we are successful in our mission we may be able to allow you to view your child in their new life and new environment. Even if this becomes a possibility I will warn you ahead of time you will have no contact with your child ever again.

If you would like to receive further information, as consent that you are strongly considering admitting your child into this program, please inform this organization via the phone number or electronic mail address indicated below.

I sincerely hope you admit your child into this program as we are in need of as many patients as possible to ensure that as many children and people as possible can live full and happy lives.

Yours Truly,

Dr. Katerina Kennedy

For more information please contact: 613-555-0104 or information@photosynthesi.ca 


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